The inhibitory CD200R is differentially expressed on human and mouse T and B lymphocytes.

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To ensure an adequate response against pathogens and prevent unwanted self-reactivity, immune cells need to functionally express both activating and inhibitory receptors. CD200R is an inhibitory receptor mainly expressed on myeloid cells that down-modulates cellular activation both in vivo and in vitro. Although previously mainly studied as a regulator of… (More)

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@article{Rijkers2008TheIC, title={The inhibitory CD200R is differentially expressed on human and mouse T and B lymphocytes.}, author={Eva S. K. Rijkers and Talitha de Ruiter and Ajoeb Baridi and Henrike Veninga and Robert M. Hoek and Linde Meyaard}, journal={Molecular immunology}, year={2008}, volume={45 4}, pages={1126-35} }