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Bast et al. (1980)IgMT-cellIn the blood taken 2 months after the start of the immunization 20% of the idiotypic cells belonged to the T-cell population and 10% were negative for both IgM and T-cell antigenic determinants.
Horning et al. (1984)immunoglobulinT cellOf the 37 cases that did not express immunoglobulin (Ig-), 9 expressed T cell antigens.
Haynes et al. (1979)IgMT cellsThus, acute Epstein-Barr virus-induced IM is associated with a T lymphocytosis which is composed predominantly of atypical T cells which lack detectable Fc receptors for IgG or IgM.
Wimperis et al. (1987)immunoglobulinT cellsWithin the first year after T cell depleted bone marrow transplantation, co-cultures of T cells and non-T cells from 32 individual recipients examined on 43 occasions generally failed to produce increased quantities of immunoglobulin in response to stimulation with pokeweed mitogen or B cell differentiation factors.
Vitetta et al. (1972)IgT cellsThymocytes and T cells had no detectable cell surface Ig.
Frolova et al. (1995)IgMT-cellsSupplementing T- and NK-depleted B-cell fractions with purified autologous CD45RO+ T-cells produced a positive correlation between Ig concentration and the CD45RO:CD19 ratio for IgG production but not for IgM.
Tsuchiya et al. (1981)IgT-cellsPatient B-cell-enriched fraction not containing surface Ig positive cells did not produce Ig in combination with MMC-treated autologous or allogeneic T-cells.
Okabe et al. (2005)immunoglobulinT-cellImmunohistochemical analysis showed that macrophage and CD4+ T-cell accumulation in the fatty streak lesion was suppressed in mice that received intact immunoglobulin but not in those that received F(ab')2 fragments.
Taussig et al. (1980)IgMT-cellIn the hybrids formed, T-cell characteristics were dominant, i.e. there was no expression of IgM but continued expression of Thy-1.1 in eight out of eight lines.
Maeda et al. (1987)IgMT cellCharacteristic features of our case included: bullous lesions evolving rapidly in 12-24 h with severe itch on erythematous and normal-appearing skin; a positive Nikolsky sign; an intraepidermal blister; direct and indirect immunofluorescence stainings were all negative with IgG, IgA, IgM and C3, and atypical lymphocytes in the infiltrates were of helper/inducer T cell type.
Gregg et al. (1984)IgT cellExamination by fluorescein labelled antibodies of cells in suspensions prepared from the biopsies revealed a monotypic surface Ig positive population in one case and a surface or cytoplasmic Ig kappa:lambda light chain imbalance in a further two cases consistent with neoplastic B cell involvement: in all cases the proportion of cells failing to express Ig or T cell markers ranged from 24 to 75%.
Lum et al. (1987)IgT cellsWhen pokeweed mitogen, herpes simplex type I virus, and tetanus toxoid were used as probes to elicit in vitro Ig production using a hemolytic plaque assay, some patients had 1) B cells that failed to produce Ig, 2) T cells that failed to provide helper activity, and 3) T cells that exhibited excessive suppressor activity in the various antibody production systems.
Roberts et al. (1983)immunoglobulinT lymphocyteBy flow cytometric analysis it was determined that UV1 cells expressed a number of T lymphocyte differentiation antigens and did not express any detectable amounts of surface immunoglobulin, I-A or E/C antigens, Fc receptors, or macrophage antigens.
McConnell et al. (1976)immunoglobulinT cellsIt is concluded that in mice, T cells do not express immunoglobulin v region framework determinants on their surface.
Ben-Ezra et al. (1988)immunoglobulinT cellHashimoto's thyroiditis lacks detectable clonal immunoglobulin and T cell receptor gene rearrangements.
Tao and Kahn (2000)immunoglobulinT-cellImmunophenotyping of the lung and lymph node lesions revealed identical surface marker profiles: cells were CD19(+), CD20(+), immunoglobulin (Ig) G(+), kappa(+), lambda(-), CD5(-), CD10(-), CD23(-), and IgM(-), and also negative for T-cell markers.
Takahashi et al. (1989)immunoglobulinT-cellImmunologic study utilizing the avidin-biotinylated horseradish peroxidase complex (ABC) technique demonstrated the presence of intracytoplasmic monoclonal immunoglobulin in 24 (34%) of the suggested B-cell lymphoma cases; 20 tumors (28%) were classified as T-cell lymphoma based on a positive reaction for mouse monoclonal antibody (UCHL-1) to T-cell related membrane antigen; 11 tumors (16%) contained intracytoplasmic alpha 1-antitrypsin, suggesting true histiocytic lymphoma; 15 tumors (22%) did not contain immunoglobulin, UCHL-1 or alpha 1-antitrypsin positive cells and showed no definite characteristics.
Shao et al. (2003)IgT cellWe also show that LTbetaR-Ig-treated R16-injected rats had a significantly decreased T cell response to R16 and that herpesvirus entry mediator (HVEM)-Ig, a fusion protein that blocks LIGHT, also inhibited disease development.
Whitaker et al. (1981)immunoglobulinT cellFluorescence analysis of the F12 cells with appropriate antisera demonstrated this T cell hybrid to be Thy 1.2+, Lyt 1+,2-, and surface immunoglobulin negative, the surface marker phenotype of conventional ABA-specific suppressor T cells.
Matutes et al. (1987)immunoglobulinT-cellThe leukaemic cells resembled small, mature lymphocytes but lacked B- and T-cell membrane markers as well as immunoglobulin (Ig) and T-cell receptor gene rearrangements.
Tzankov and Dirnhofer (2006)immunoglobulinT-cellThe pathologic HRSC arise from germinal center or immediate postgerminal cells that lack detectable immunoglobulin/B-cell antigen receptor expression, with a consequent loss of B-cell identity; very few cHL cases are of T-cell origin.
Dolezal et al. (1995)immunoglobulinT-cellHowever, there was no detectable immunoglobulin or T-cell receptor gene rearrangements.