CD1d expression on chronic lymphocytic leukemia B cells affects disease progression and induces T cell skewing in CD8 positive and CD4CD8 double negative T cells

@inproceedings{Zaborsky2016CD1dEO,
  title={CD1d expression on chronic lymphocytic leukemia B cells affects disease progression and induces T cell skewing in CD8 positive and CD4CD8 double negative T cells},
  author={Nadja Zaborsky and Franz Josef Gassner and Daniela Asslaber and Petra Reinthaler and Ursula Denk and Sabine Flenady and Josefina Pi{\~n}{\'o}n Hofbauer and Barbara Danner and Stefan Rebhandl and Andrea Harrer and Roland Geisberger and Richard Greil and Alexander Egle},
  booktitle={Oncotarget},
  year={2016}
}
Chronic lymphocytic leukemia develops within a complex network driven by genetic mutations and microenvironmental interactions. Among the latter a complex interplay with the immune system is established by the clone. Next to a proposed recruitment of support from T and myeloid cells, potential anti-CLL immune reactions need to be subverted. By using TCL1… CONTINUE READING