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I04. Blocking B-Cells (Anti-CD20/Anti-CD20)

Effect of the Peroxisome Proliferator, Ammonium Perfluorooctanoate (C8), on Hepatic Aromatase Activity in Adult Male CrI:CD BR (CD) Rats

Soluble human MHC class I molecules induce soluble Fas ligand secretion and trigger apoptosis in activated CD8+ Fas (CD95)+ T lymphocytes

Specific suppression of T helper alloreactivity by allo-MHC class I-restricted CD8+CD28- T cells.

Requirement of IL-7 for IL-4-producing potential of MHC class I-selected CD4-CD8-TCR alpha beta+ thymocytes.

Constitutively unmasked CD22 on B cells of ST6Gal I knockout mice: novel sialoside probe for murine CD22

Tracking Cluster Debris (TraCD) – I. Dissolution of clusters and searching for the solar cradle

Loss of CD8 and TCR binding to Class I MHC ligands following T cell activation

Developmental Regulation of Chlamydia trachomatis Class I Accessible Protein–1, a CD8+ T Cell Antigen

Loss of CD28 expression on CD8+ T cells is induced by IL-2 receptor γ chain signalling cytokines and type I IFN, and increases susceptibility to activation-induced apoptosis

CD8+CD122+ regulatory T cells recognize activated T cells via conventional MHC class I–αβTCR interaction and become IL-10-producing active regulatory cells

Aberrant gene expression by CD25+CD4+ immunoregulatory T cells in autoimmune-prone rats carrying the human T cell leukemia virus type-I gene

Increased Activated Human T Cell Lymphotropic Virus Type I (HTLV-I) Tax11-19-Specific Memory and Effector CD8+ Cells in Patients with HTLV-I-Associated Myelopathy/Tropical Spastic Paraparesis: Correlation with HTLV-I Provirus Load

Impact of CD8–MHC class I interaction in detection and sorting efficiencies of antigen-specific T cells using MHC class I/peptide multimers: contribution of pMHC valency

 

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CD interactive, a CD format that allows the interleaving of data, sound, and images on the same disk. It was popular in the early 1990s but is now little used. See also CD-ROM format standards.

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