Christophe Pannetier

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Viral infections often induce potent CD8 T cell responses that play a key role in antiviral immunity. After viral clearance, the vast majority of the expanded CD8 T cells undergo apoptosis, leaving behind a stable number of memory cells. The relationship between the CD8 T cells that clear the acute viral infection and the long-lived CD8 memory pool(More)
Human T-cell leukemia virus type I (HTLV-I) is associated with adult T-cell leukemia/lymphoma and tropical spastic paraparesis/HTLV-associated myelopathy. Both diseases are usually preceded by a long clinically asymptomatic period. PCR amplification of the HTLV-I proviral integration sites shows that clonal expansion of HTLV-I-bearing T cells, rather than(More)
The lineage relationships of central-memory T cells (T(CM)) cells and effector-memory T cells (T(EM)), as well as their homeostasis and recall capacities, are still controversial. We investigated these issues in a murine model using two complementary approaches: T cell receptor repertoire analysis and adoptive transfer experiments of purified H-Y-specific(More)
Squamous cell carcinomas of the head and neck (SCCHN) often contain a large mononuclear cell infiltrate, composed mainly of T-lymphocytes which could reflect an in situ immune reaction against the malignant SCCHN cells. We analyzed the molecular structure of the T-cell receptor sequences) in the tumor (e.g., 40%) and in PBMC (e.g., 75%). These results show(More)
Peptides derived from HLA-Cw3 and HLA-A24 within region 170-179 differ by a single substitution, at position 173, and are both presented by the dass I major histocompatibility complex molecule H-2K a for recognition by routine cytolytic T lymphocytes (CTLs). As a first approach to understand the way T cell receptors (TCRs) intact with the HLA peptides, we(More)
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