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Andl (2010)cateninT-cell-catenin is not degraded by the ubiquitin-proteasome pathway, but translocated to the nucleus instead to regulate target gene expression in conjunction with members of the T-cell factor/lymphoid-enhancer factor (TCF/LEF) family of transcription factors [54].
Jin et al. (1999)SHP-1LT cellsIn contrast to SHP-1, tyrosine phosphorylation of SHP-1L is not detected upon stimulation in Jurkat T cells.
Liu et al. (2008)CD4T cellMETHODS AND FINDINGS: We show that mir-181a-1, but not mir-181c, can promote CD4 and CD8 double-positive (DP) T cell development when ectopically expressed in thymic progenitor cells.
Moris et al. (2001)HLA-A*0205--anti-HLA-A*0201T cellThe peptide-specific alloreactive human T cell repertoire varies largely between individuals and is not extended in HLA-A*0205--anti-HLA-A*0201 pairings.
Liu et al. (2008)CD8T cellMETHODS AND FINDINGS: We show that mir-181a-1, but not mir-181c, can promote CD4 and CD8 double-positive (DP) T cell development when ectopically expressed in thymic progenitor cells.
Tang and Cyster (1999)MDCT cellsNa´ve T cells did not migrate toward MDC, but antigen-specific T cells rapidly acquired MDC responsiveness in vivo after a subcutaneous injection of antigen.
Goodall et al. (1995)CDR3T cellIn contrast, T cell lines derived by using IL-2 or a control peptide revealed variable usage of V beta and J beta genes; V beta 6.7a/b sequences from these lines and from freshly isolated PB did not contain the CDR3 motif noted in TCRs from Ag-specific T cells.
Tse et al. (1986)H-2KT lymphocytesComparison of the time necessary for the internalization of one-half of the surface H-2K molecules in activated T lymphocytes, which is approximately 1 hour, with the half-life of these molecules on the same cells, which is 14 hours, clearly indicates that the internalized molecules are not degraded but are instead recycled.
Gilat et al. (1995)heparanaseT lymphocytesIn contrast, at the hydrogen ion concentration of a quiescent tissue, heparanase binds specifically to HS molecules without degrading them, and thereby anchors CD4+ human T lymphocytes.
Gravatt et al. (1993)purine nucleoside phosphorylaseT cells9-beta-D-Arabinofuranosylguanine (araG), an analog of deoxyguanosine which is not degraded by purine nucleoside phosphorylase, has been previously shown in in vitro studies by our laboratory to be effective in purging malignant T cells from human bone marrow (1).
Swamy et al. (2010)TRIMT cellsEven after 18 hours of stimulation, a substantial fraction of intracellular TRIM was still detectable within T cells and thus was not degraded.
Goodall et al. (1995)TCRsT cellIn contrast, T cell lines derived by using IL-2 or a control peptide revealed variable usage of V beta and J beta genes; V beta 6.7a/b sequences from these lines and from freshly isolated PB did not contain the CDR3 motif noted in TCRs from Ag-specific T cells.
Ballschmieter et al. (2003)DeltaVII-Ets1T-cellsWhen overexpressed, DeltaVII-Ets1 was found to be partially degraded in breast cancer cells, but not in Jurkat T-cells or SK-Mel melanoma cells.
Imbert et al. (1996)I kappa B-alphaT cellStimulation of Jurkat T cells with the protein tyrosine phosphatase inhibitor and T cell activator pervanadate led to NF-kappa B activation through tyrosine phosphorylation but not degradation of I kappa B-alpha.
Protzer and Abken (2010)core proteinT cellHBV rcDNA which is encapsidated in viral capsids, however, was protected by the core protein and not degraded in consequence of a cytolytic T cell attack of infected cells.
Ohyama et al. (1998)p141-181T cellAll T cell lines from active EOP patients recognized a common region (p141-181, especially p141-161) on Ag53, while those from healthy donors showed heterogeneous specificity. p141-181 was not recognized by T cell lines established from EOP patients following therapy.