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The Ly2 molecule (CD8) makes contact with a receptor in the cytoplasm of effector T-lymphocytes and is necessary both for the realization of function after antigen contact with the cytotoxic(More)
Successful interaction of a T cell with antigen (AG) requires, besides a T-cell receptor (TCR), the expression of a number of coreceptor molecules which provide the binding (formation) of the AGMHC(More)
To study T cell receptors' affinity alloantigen-specific anti-K cytotoxic T-lymphocytes (CTL) were divided on fractions by elution from donor K and third-party macrophage monolayers. The functional(More)