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Academic Article CD27, a member of the tumor necrosis factor receptor family, induces apoptosis and binds to Siva, a proapoptotic protein.
Academic Article B cell co-receptors regulating T cell-dependent antibody production in common variable immunodeficiency: CD27 pathway defects identify subsets of severely immuno-compromised patients.
Academic Article Participation of the CD27 antigen in the regulation of IL-2-activated human natural killer cells.
Academic Article CD154/CD40 and CD70/CD27 interactions have different and sequential functions in T cell-dependent B cell responses: enhancement of plasma cell differentiation by CD27 signaling.
Academic Article Activation of human thymocytes via the 50KD T11 sheep erythrocyte binding protein induces the expression of interleukin 2 receptors on both T3+ and T3- populations.
Academic Article Human thymocyte subpopulations: maturational stages defined by the expression of the T3-T cell receptor complex.
Academic Article 2H1--a novel antigen involved in T lymphocyte triggering.
Academic Article Differential regulation of CD27 expression on subsets of CD4 T cells.
Academic Article The T11 (CD2) molecule is functionally linked to the T3/Ti T cell receptor in the majority of T cells.
Academic Article In vivo activated T lymphocytes in the peripheral blood and cerebrospinal fluid of patients with multiple sclerosis.
Academic Article Murine Siva-1 and Siva-2, alternate splice forms of the mouse Siva gene, both bind to CD27 but differentially transduce apoptosis.
Academic Article The 1A4 molecule (CD27) is involved in T cell activation.
Academic Article Direct cellular communications between CD45R0 and CD45RA T cell subsets via CD27/CD70.
Academic Article Coexpression of T4 and T8 on peripheral blood T cells demonstrated by two-color fluorescence flow cytometry.
Academic Article CD27/CD70 interaction contributes to the activation and the function of human autoreactive CD27+ regulatory T cells.
Academic Article Ta1, a novel 105 KD human T cell activation antigen defined by a monoclonal antibody.
Academic Article Direct demonstration of the CD27 molecule involved in the negative regulatory effect on T cell activation.
Academic Article CD134L engagement enhances human B cell Ig production: CD154/CD40, CD70/CD27, and CD134/CD134L interactions coordinately regulate T cell-dependent B cell responses.
Academic Article FcR-mediated crosslinking of Ta1 (CDw26) induces human T lymphocyte activation.
Academic Article Activation of immature cortical thymocytes through the T11 sheep erythrocyte binding protein.
Academic Article P. Rambotti Lecture. Human naive and memory T cells revisited: new markers (CD31 and CD27) that help define CD4+ T cell subsets.
Academic Article Protein kinase A-mediated phosphorylation of the T-cell surface antigen CD27.
Academic Article Role of CD27 in T cell immune response. Analysis by recombinant soluble CD27.
Academic Article CD27 is a signal-transducing molecule involved in CD45RA+ naive T cell costimulation.
Academic Article CD27-CD70 interactions regulate B-cell activation by T cells.
Academic Article CD27, a member of the nerve growth factor receptor family, is preferentially expressed on CD45RA+ CD4 T cell clones and involved in distinct immunoregulatory functions.
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