Phosphorylation of murine CD8 alpha is not essential for responses of T cell hybridomas to antigen.

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CD8 T cell differentiation antigens, expressed on class I-restricted T cells, have a key role in the control of recognition and response of these cells to antigen. It has been suggested that these molecules function as co-receptors together with antigen-specific T cell receptors to regulate T cell responses. We have addressed the question of whether… (More)

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@article{Williams1991PhosphorylationOM, title={Phosphorylation of murine CD8 alpha is not essential for responses of T cell hybridomas to antigen.}, author={O. Dale Williams and Stanislav Vukmanovi{\'c} and Rose Zamoyska}, journal={International immunology}, year={1991}, volume={3 8}, pages={785-92} }