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Concept Antigens
Concept CD8 Antigens
Concept CD4 Antigens
Concept Antigens, Differentiation
Concept Leukocyte Common Antigens
Concept Antigens, CD
Concept Antigens, Nuclear
Academic Article Enhanced engagement of CTLA-4 induces antigen-specific CD4+CD25+Foxp3+ and CD4+CD25- TGF-beta 1+ adaptive regulatory T cells.
Academic Article Preferential costimulation by CD80 results in IL-10-dependent TGF-beta1(+) -adaptive regulatory T cell generation.
Academic Article Dendritic cell-directed CTLA-4 engagement during pancreatic beta cell antigen presentation delays type 1 diabetes.
Academic Article Reducing CD73 expression by IL1?-Programmed Th17 cells improves immunotherapeutic control of tumors.
Academic Article Gender bias in lupus: does immune response initiated in the gut mucosa have a role?
Academic Article CD80 and CD86 C domains play an important role in receptor binding and co-stimulatory properties.
Academic Article Targeted engagement of CTLA-4 prevents autoimmune thyroiditis.
Academic Article Targeted CTLA-4 engagement induces CD4+CD25+CTLA-4high T regulatory cells with target (allo)antigen specificity.
Academic Article GM-CSF-induced CD11c+CD8a--dendritic cells facilitate Foxp3+ and IL-10+ regulatory T cell expansion resulting in suppression of autoimmune thyroiditis.
Academic Article OX40L/Jagged1 cosignaling by GM-CSF-induced bone marrow-derived dendritic cells is required for the expansion of functional regulatory T cells.
Academic Article Engineered Dendritic Cell-Directed Concurrent Activation of Multiple T cell Inhibitory Pathways Induces Robust Immune Tolerance.
Academic Article Abundance and nuclear antigen reactivity of intestinal and fecal Immunoglobulin A in lupus-prone mice at younger ages correlate with the onset of eventual systemic autoimmunity.
Concept B7 Antigens
Academic Article Preclinical stage abundance and nuclear antigen reactivity of faecal Immunoglobulin A vary among males and females of lupus-prone mouse models.
Academic Article Fecal immunoglobulin A (IgA) and its subclasses in systemic lupus erythematosus patients are nuclear antigen reactive and this feature correlates with gut permeability marker levels.
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