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cell affinity


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cell affinity

cell affinity

Affinity maturation of secreted IgM pentamers on B cells

Effector T cells have a lower ligand affinity threshold for activation than naive T cells

A novel affinity protein selection system based on staphylococcal cell surface display and flow cytometry

Fine affinity discrimination by normalized fluorescence activated cell sorting in staphylococcal surface display

Requirement of high-affinity IL-2–IL-2R interaction for T cell anergy induction

Peptide analogs with different affinities for MHC alter the cytokine profile of T helper cells

Lactobacillus acidophilus binds to MUC3 component of cultured intestinal epithelial cells with highest affinity

Quantification of transcription factor-DNA binding affinity in a living cell

T cell activation-associated epitopes of CD147 in regulation of the T cell response, and their definition by antibody affinity and antigen density

Plasticity in the positive selection of T cells: affinity of the selecting antigen and IL-7 affect T cell responsiveness

A purified protein from Salmonella typhimurium inhibits high-affinity interleukin-2 receptor expression on CTLL-2 cells

Crystal structures of high affinity human T-cell receptors bound to peptide major histocompatibility complex reveal native diagonal binding geometry

Anti-glycophorin single-chain Fv fusion to low-affinity mutant erythropoietin improves red blood cell-lineage specificity

Investigating affinity-maturation strategies and reproducibility of fluorescence-activated cell sorting using a recombinant ADAPT library displayed on staphylococci

Isolation and identification of cell-specific microRNAs targeting a messenger RNA using a biotinylated anti-sense oligonucleotide capture affinity technique

Partial reconstitution of human RNase P in HeLa cells between its RNA subunit with an affinity tag and the intact protein components

A DNA Helicase Purified by Replication Protein a (RPA) Affinity Chromatography from Mouse FM3A Cells

 

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A property of eukaryotic cells of the same type to adhere to one another but not to those of a different type; this property is lost when the cell transforms to the cancerous state.

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