Epstein-Barr virus receptor expression on human CD8+ (cytotoxic/suppressor) T lymphocytes.

Abstract

In 1977 we showed that cells of a human lymphocytic leukaemia-derived T line (Molt-4) have receptors for Epstein-Barr virus (EBV). More recently, EBV-positive human T cell lymphomas have been recognized and human T cell lines containing the EBV genome have been established in vitro. To understand better the interaction of EBV with T cells, we decided to… (More)

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