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lymphocyte activation


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lymphocyte activation

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lymphocyte-activating factor

lymphocyte activation gene-1 protein

lymphocyte activation gene-1 protein

Activated lymphocytes reduce adherence of Aspergillus fumigatus

ORMDL3 modulates store-operated calcium entry and lymphocyte activation

Activation-dependent modulation of B lymphocyte migration to chemokines

Soluble human lymphocyte activation gene-3 modulates allospecific T cell responses.

Monocyte-dependent regulation of T lymphocyte activation through CD98.

Pathological lymphocyte activation by defective clearance of self‐ligands in systemic lupus erythematosus

Activated Lymphocyte Recruitment Into the Tumor Microenvironment Following Preoperative Sipuleucel-T for Localized Prostate Cancer

Alterations in NFκB Activation in T Lymphocytes of Patients With Renal Cell Carcinoma

Expression of activation and cytotoxic molecules by peripheral blood lymphocytes of patients with paracoccidioidomycosis

Methanol Induces a Discrete Transcriptional Dysregulation that Leads to Cytokine Overproduction in Activated Lymphocytes

Helicobacter pylori lipopolysaccharide in the IL-2 milieu activates lymphocytes from dyspeptic children

Peritoneal interleukin-10 increases with decrease in activated CD4+ T lymphocytes in women with endometriosis

Elevated expression of activation molecules by decidual lymphocytes in women suffering spontaneous early pregnancy loss

Identification of an α2,6-sialyltransferase induced early after lymphocyte activation

 

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The altered shape and behaviour of lymphocytes which have been exposed to a mitogen or an antigen to which they have been primed. The activation leads to the production of lymphoblasts which divide and form a population of effector cells. Sometimes referred to as lymphocyte transformation, but the transformation is unlike that caused by oncogenic viruses (see transformation) and activation is a less confusing term.

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