Ana Cláudia Gabriela Alexandre de Santis

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The human activation antigen CD69 is a member of the C-type animal lectin superfamily that functions as a signal-transmitting receptor. Although the expression of CD69 can be induced in vitro on(More)
CD69 is the earliest inducible cell surface glycoprotein acquired during lymphoid activation. CD69 functions as a signal transmitting receptor involved in cellular activation events including(More)
The activation of T lymphocytes, both in vivo and in vitro, induces the expression of CD69. This molecule, which appears to be the earliest inducible cell surface glycoprotein acquired during(More)
Hemoplasmas are bacteria living in feline red blood cells. Feline hemoplasmosis is frequently associated with old male cats that have access to the streets. This study aimed to detect the presence of(More)
The activation of T lymphocytes, both in vivo and in vitro, induces the expression of CD69. This molecule, which appears to be the earliest inducible cell surface glycoprotein acquired during(More)
CD69 and CD23 are leukocyte receptors with distinctive pattern of cell expression and functional features that belong to different C-type lectin receptor subfamilies. To assess the functional(More)
CD69 is the earliest inducible cell surface glycoprotein acquired during lymphoid activation both in vitro and in vivo under physiological conditions and inflammation. This molecule is involved in(More)
The involvement of the CD2 (T11) molecule, an alternative activation pathway for T lymphocytes, in the regulation of tumor necrosis factor (TNF)-alpha/TNF receptor system in human T lymphocytes has(More)
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