Contribution of alphabeta and gammadelta T cells to the generation of primary immunoglobulin G-driven autoimmune response in immunoglobulin- mu-deficient/lpr mice.

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Class switch recombination (CSR) is a T-cell-dependent mechanism regulating isotype switching in activated mature B cells. Recently we showed that T-cell-independent CSRs occur spontaneously during B lymphopoiesis, but such cells are negatively selected by Fas signalling. In immunoglobulin mu-deficient mice, lack of Fas rescues isotype-switched B cells… (More)

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