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T-sign

T-sign

Distribution of T cells and signs of T-cell activation in the rheumatoid joint: implications for semiquantitative comparative histology.

A mouse Cκ‐specific T cell clone indicates that DC‐SIGN is an efficient target for antibody‐mediated delivery of T cell epitopes for MHC class II presentation

DC-SIGN, but not sDC-SIGN, can modulate IL-2 production from PMA- and anti-CD3-stimulated primary human CD4 T cells

Treaty of Peace between France and the Iroquois Indians of the nation of Ounei8t [Ouneiout], signed at Quebec, 12 July 1666

Treaty between Great Britain and the T'Slambie Kafir Chiefs (South Africa), signed at Fort Peddie/Cape Town, 2/30 January 1845

Treaty between Great Britain and the Kafir Tribe of T'Slambie (South Africa), signed at King William's Town, 5 December 1836

Treaty between Great Britain and the Kafir Chiefs of the Tribe of T'Slambie (South Africa), signed at Fort Willshire, 17 September 1835

‘Trade marks’ that aren't signs or that are so imprecise as to be incapable of registration

Evidence for Less Marked Potential Signs of T-Cell Immunosenescence in Centenarian Offspring Than in the General Age-Matched Population

Amendment of the Treaty of 5 December 1836 between Great Britain and the Kafir Chiefs of the Tribe of T'Slambie (South Africa), signed at Fort Peddie, 31 December 1840

Treaty of Eternal Peace between the Netherlands East India Company (the Netherlands) and the King of Quinam and T'Siompo (Chiampa), (Cambodia), signed at D'Inghlay, 9 December 1651

Treaty between the United States and the Nisqualli, Puyallup, Steilacoom, Squawskin, S'Homamish, Stehchass, T'Peeksin, Sqi-aitl and Sa-heh-wamish (North America), signed at She-nah-nam, or Medicine Creek, in the Territory of Washington, 26 December 1854

 

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An ultrasound diagnosis of monochorionicity at 10–14 weeks gestation: the intertwin membrane inserts directly into the placenta, forming a T-sign. see chorionicity.

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