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CD antigens


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CD antigens

CD antigens 2001

GlycoCD: a repository for carbohydrate-related CD antigens

Bacterial superantigens reactivate antigen-specific CD8+ memory T cells.

P-275CD44HIGH/CD24LOW LUNG CANCERS COORDINATELY OVEREXPRESS CANCER TESTIS ANTIGENS

Evidence that human CD8+CD45RA+CD27– cells are induced by antigen and evolve through extensive rounds of division

Nasal tolerance induces antigen‐specific CD4+CD25– regulatory T cells that can transfer their regulatory capacity to naive CD4+ T cells

CD4+CD45RA+T cells from adults respond to recall antigens after CD28 ligation

Fas (CD95)-independent regulation of immune responses by antigen-specific CD4—CD8+ T cells

A model of suppression of the antigen-specific CD4 T cell response by regulatory CD25+CD4 T cells in vivo

Antigen-induced TCR–CD3 down-modulation does not require CD3δ or CD3γ cytoplasmic domains, necessary in response to anti-CD3 antibody

Unusual cytotoxic activities of thymus-independent, self-antigen-specific CD8+ T cells

Influence of antigenic experience on BJ gene segment usage in human CD4+ T cells.

Evidence for CD4+ T cell responses common to Plasmodium falciparum and recall antigens.

Effects of different antigenic microenvironments on the course of CD8+ T cell responses in vivo

Engagement of CD45 during in vitro priming enhances antigen-specific Th cell frequencies

Targeting antigen to CD19 on B cells efficiently activates T cells

The sperm agglutination antigen-1 (SAGA-1) glycoforms of CD52 are O-glycosylated

Bordetella pertussis Infection of Human Monocytes Inhibits Antigen-Dependent CD4 T Cell Proliferation

 

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The ‘cluster of differentiation’ antigens that were originally marker antigens found on different classes of lymphocytes using monoclonal antibodies. The CD nomenclature was introduced as a means of bringing consistency because the same CD antigen can be recognized by different monoclonal antibodies; international workshops are run to cross-compare antibodies against standard antigens. The CD antigens are no longer restricted to the immune system and the list covers a wide range of cell surface antigens, some of which are transiently expressed at particular stages of differentiation or following stimulation of cells by particular agents. In mid-2009 the list extended to CD350.

http://www.copewithcytokines.de/cope.cgi?key=CD%20antigens%20MiniCOPE%20Dictionary. Details of all CD antigens in Prof. Dr H Ibelgaufts's COPE encyclopedia.

http://www.abcam.com/ps/pdf/immunology/CD_antigen_table.pdf A free updated table of these is produced by Abcam.

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