T cells in adjuvant arthritis


T cells have an important role during the development of autoimmune diseases. In adjuvant arthritis, a model for rheumatoid arthritis, we found that the percentage of CD4+ T cells expressing the activation marker CD134 (OX40 antigen) was elevated before disease onset. Moreover, these CD134+ T cells showed a specific proliferative response to the… (More)


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@inproceedings{Boot2015TCI, title={T cells in adjuvant arthritis}, author={Elmieke P J Boot and Gerben A. Koning and Gert Storm and Jos{\'e}e P A Wagenaar-Hilbers and Willem van Eden and Linda Ann Everse and Marca H. M. Wauben}, year={2015} }