The repertoire of killer cell Ig-like receptor and CD94:NKG2A receptors in T cells: clones sharing identical alpha beta TCR rearrangement express highly diverse killer cell Ig-like receptor patterns.

@article{Uhrberg2001TheRO,
  title={The repertoire of killer cell Ig-like receptor and CD94:NKG2A receptors in T cells: clones sharing identical alpha beta TCR rearrangement express highly diverse killer cell Ig-like receptor patterns.},
  author={Markus Uhrberg and Nicholas M. Valiante and Neil T. Young and Lewis L. Lanier and Joseph H. Phillips and Peter Parham},
  journal={Journal of immunology},
  year={2001},
  volume={166 6},
  pages={3923-32}
}
Killer cell Ig-like receptor (KIR) and CD94:NKG2A molecules were first defined as human NK cell receptors (NKR), but now are known to be expressed and to function on subpopulations of T cells. Here the repertoires of KIR and CD94:NKG2A expression by T cells from two donors were examined and compared with their previously defined NK cell repertoires. T cell clones generated from peripheral blood of both donors expressed multiple NKR in different combinations and used the range of receptors… CONTINUE READING
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