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Heeg et al. (1988)interleukin-2helper T cellsHigh-dose irradiated splenic stimulator cells show no endogenous interleukin-2 production but stimulate clonally developing helper T cells to produce interleukin-2.
Kosaka et al. (1990)IL2Helper T cellHelper T cell clones, 8-E and 8-5, were able to proliferate in response to stimulation with either antigen or TSTGF. 8-E and 8-5 produced IL2 and IL4, respectively, in cultures following antigenic stimulation, whereas neither IL2 nor IL4 activity was detected in cultures during TSTGF-induced proliferation.
Flad and Ulmer (1981)interleukin-2T-helper cellsAddition of supernatant of PHA-stimulated cultures to cells of high density resulted in proliferation which suggested that these cell fractions lacked interleukin-2 (II-2) producing T-helper cells.
Liano and Abbas (1987)IL-2helper T cellsG4 secretes IL-4 but neither IL-2 nor interferon-gamma, our results demonstrate that differentiation of B cells as a consequence of direct ("cognate") interactions with helper T cells as well as of bystander B cells can occur in the absence of IL-1, IL-2, and interferon-gamma.