TCR gamma delta+ and CD161+ thymocytes express HIV-1 in the SCID-hu mouse, potentially contributing to immune dysfunction in HIV infection.


The vast diversity of the T cell repertoire renders the adaptive immune response capable of recognizing a broad spectrum of potential antigenic peptides. However, certain T cell rearrangements are conserved for recognition of specific pathogens, as is the case for TCRgammadelta cells. In addition, an immunoregulatory class of T cells expressing the NK… (More)


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