NKRP1A molecule is involved in transendothelial migration of CD4+ human T lymphocytes.

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Among human CD4+ T lymphocytes, 5-20% express the C-type lectin molecule NKRP1A. Interestingly, CD4+ NKRP1A+ T lymphocytes express high levels of beta 1 and beta 2 integrins, thus representing a T lymphocyte subset that can possibly adhere and migrate through vascular endothelium. Indeed, resting CD4+ NKRP1A+ lymphocytes, differently from the CD4+ NKRP1A… (More)

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@article{Poggi1997NKRP1AMI, title={NKRP1A molecule is involved in transendothelial migration of CD4+ human T lymphocytes.}, author={Alessia Poggi and P. Costa and M. R. Zocchi and Lorenzo Moretta}, journal={Immunology letters}, year={1997}, volume={57 1-3}, pages={121-3} }