The T-cell accessory molecule CD4 recognizes a monomorphic determinant on isolated Ia

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The T-cell accessory molecule CD4 recognizes a monomorphic determinant on isolated Ia. / Gay, D; Buus, S; Pasternak, J; Kappler, J; Marrack, P.

I: Proceedings of the National Academy of Science of the United States of America, Bind 85, Nr. 15, 1988, s. 5629-33.

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Gay, D, Buus, S, Pasternak, J, Kappler, J & Marrack, P 1988, 'The T-cell accessory molecule CD4 recognizes a monomorphic determinant on isolated Ia', Proceedings of the National Academy of Science of the United States of America, bind 85, nr. 15, s. 5629-33.

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Gay, D., Buus, S., Pasternak, J., Kappler, J., & Marrack, P. (1988). The T-cell accessory molecule CD4 recognizes a monomorphic determinant on isolated Ia. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science of the United States of America, 85(15), 5629-33.

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Gay D, Buus S, Pasternak J, Kappler J, Marrack P. The T-cell accessory molecule CD4 recognizes a monomorphic determinant on isolated Ia. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science of the United States of America. 1988;85(15):5629-33.

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Gay, D ; Buus, S ; Pasternak, J ; Kappler, J ; Marrack, P. / The T-cell accessory molecule CD4 recognizes a monomorphic determinant on isolated Ia. I: Proceedings of the National Academy of Science of the United States of America. 1988 ; Bind 85, Nr. 15. s. 5629-33.

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title = "The T-cell accessory molecule CD4 recognizes a monomorphic determinant on isolated Ia",
abstract = "The membrane protein CD4 is commonly found on mature T cells specific for antigen in association with class II major histocompatibility complex (MHC; Ia) proteins. This correlation has led to the suggestion that CD4 binds to a monomorphic region of the Ia molecule on the antigen-presenting cell (APC) and functions either by enhancing interaction between the T cell and the APC, or conversely, by transducing negative signals to the T cell. To address this hypothesis, we have made use of sublines from an unusual T hybrid that is class I MHC restricted but also CD4+. By incorporating purified MHC proteins into a planar membrane system, we show that different Ia molecules can greatly enhance the ability of a CD4+ but not a CD4- variant of this class I-restricted T hybrid to respond to isolated class I molecules. T-cell responses can be strongly augmented by the concurrent expression of CD4 on the T cell and any of four different Ia proteins on planar membranes, thus supporting the idea that CD4 binds to a monomorphic region of the Ia molecule and increases the avidity with which the T cell can interact with its target.",
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N2 - The membrane protein CD4 is commonly found on mature T cells specific for antigen in association with class II major histocompatibility complex (MHC; Ia) proteins. This correlation has led to the suggestion that CD4 binds to a monomorphic region of the Ia molecule on the antigen-presenting cell (APC) and functions either by enhancing interaction between the T cell and the APC, or conversely, by transducing negative signals to the T cell. To address this hypothesis, we have made use of sublines from an unusual T hybrid that is class I MHC restricted but also CD4+. By incorporating purified MHC proteins into a planar membrane system, we show that different Ia molecules can greatly enhance the ability of a CD4+ but not a CD4- variant of this class I-restricted T hybrid to respond to isolated class I molecules. T-cell responses can be strongly augmented by the concurrent expression of CD4 on the T cell and any of four different Ia proteins on planar membranes, thus supporting the idea that CD4 binds to a monomorphic region of the Ia molecule and increases the avidity with which the T cell can interact with its target.

AB - The membrane protein CD4 is commonly found on mature T cells specific for antigen in association with class II major histocompatibility complex (MHC; Ia) proteins. This correlation has led to the suggestion that CD4 binds to a monomorphic region of the Ia molecule on the antigen-presenting cell (APC) and functions either by enhancing interaction between the T cell and the APC, or conversely, by transducing negative signals to the T cell. To address this hypothesis, we have made use of sublines from an unusual T hybrid that is class I MHC restricted but also CD4+. By incorporating purified MHC proteins into a planar membrane system, we show that different Ia molecules can greatly enhance the ability of a CD4+ but not a CD4- variant of this class I-restricted T hybrid to respond to isolated class I molecules. T-cell responses can be strongly augmented by the concurrent expression of CD4 on the T cell and any of four different Ia proteins on planar membranes, thus supporting the idea that CD4 binds to a monomorphic region of the Ia molecule and increases the avidity with which the T cell can interact with its target.

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