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Annual Review of Immunology Volume 2 1984 by WILLIAM E PAUL

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L. Acquisitionof immune leukin 2 producerhumanT lymphocytes. competence by a subset of humancortiJ. 129:2586 cal thymocytesexpressingmatureT cell 45. , Meuer,S. , Reinherz,E. antigens. J. , Schlossman,S. E, Ritz, J. 1982. 34. Reinherz,E. , Penta, Generation of a clonedNKcell line derived A. , Schlossman,S. E 1980. Regulafromthe "null cell" fraction of human peripheral blood. J. 129:1299 tion of B cell immunoglobulin secretion by functional subsets of T lymphocytes 46. , Reinherz,E. , Meuer,S. Eur.

Immunol. 2:51-66. org by HINARI on 08/27/07. For personal use only. 52 HASKINS, KAPPLER& MARRACK In the past year (1983), new evidence has provided a major breakthrough in our understanding of the receptor for antigen on MHC-restrictedT cells. These developmentsbegan with the efforts of several laboratories to raise antisera to cloned lines of T cells or T-cell hybridomasin the attempt to find antibodies directed toward receptor material on these clones. For example, Infante et al (18) reported production of antisera in mice that stimulated the immunogen T-cell clone (but no other T-cell clones) to proliferate.

In addition, Sepharoseanti-T3 induced a proliferative response in both clones (48). Fromthe above results it is clear that CT8mand CT41Ican be induced to proliferate to specific antigen, Sepharose-linkedanti-T3, or Sepharosecoupled with the relevant anti-Ti aatibodies in the absence of exogenouslymphokines. To next determine whether such activation might induce endogenous lymphokine production, CT8III or CT4II were incubated for 24 hr at 37°C with either irradiated Laz 156 or Sepharose-linkedanti-Tim, anti-Ti2A, and antiT3, respectively.

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