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Santori et al. (2004)TCRT cellsThe preference for distinct TCR contacts depends on neither the affinity/avidity of TCR engagement (except in the most extreme ranges), nor the maturity of engaged T cells.
Pennington et al. (2003)TCRT cellTherefore, whereas TCR specificity determines the involvement of a T cell in an immune response, the cell's functional potential, as assessed by gene expression, does not segregate with the TCR.
Abe et al. (1995)TCRT cellsWhen freshly isolated splenic T cells were assessed, cross-linking of CD28 by mAb did not induce increases in intracellular calcium concentration were assessed, cross-linking of CD28 by mAb did not induce increases in intracellular calcium concentration whereas TCR cross-linking was able to induce calcium mobilization.
Smith and Potter (1998)TCRT cellsAlloreactive T cells that do not require TCR and CD8 coengagement are present in naive mice and contribute to graft rejection.
Binder et al. (1998)TCRT cellsNo cognate interaction between the TCR and hematopoietic progenitors presenting either LCMV-derived or self-antigens on the major histocompatibility complex was found, but damage to hematopoiesis was due to excessive secretion and action of tumor necrosis factor (TNF)/lymphotoxin (LT)-alpha and interferon (IFN)-gamma produced by CD8+ T cells.
Lynch and Shevach (1992)TCRT cellsEnriched populations of CD4-CD8- thymocytes from newborn mice, purified by negative selection with anti-CD4, anti-CD8, and anti-TCR alpha beta mAbs were found to contain approximately 20% gamma delta T cells that were p55IL-2R-.
Benihoud et al. (1997)TCRT cellsThis subset, which represent in vivo activated T cells, can spontaneously lyse Fas+ targets by a mechanism that does not need the interaction of the T cell receptor (TCR) with major histocompatibility complex molecule plus antigen.
Dehghanpisheh and Marchalonis (1997)TCRT-cellAntibodies directed against the beta chain of the T-cell receptor (TCR) have been detected in animals and in humans in a number of distinct immune states that do not involve direct immunization with either T cells or TCR epitopes.
Skapenko et al. (2005)TCRT-cellTCR does not bind antigen directly, T-cell activation is dependent on an interaction of the TCR with MHC molecules that present small peptide fragments that have been generated from protein antigens.
DeKruyff et al. (1997)TCRT cellIL-12 production in this T cell-dependent system increased in direct proportion to Ag concentration and required TCR ligation but not CD28 costimulation.