A VH11V kappa 9 B cell antigen receptor drives generation of CD5+ B cells both in vivo and in vitro.


B lymphocytes can be divided into different subpopulations, some with distinctive activation requirements and probably mediating specialized functions, based on surface phenotype and/or anatomical location, but the origins of most of these populations remain poorly understood. B cells constrained by transgenesis to produce an Ag receptor derived from a… (More)