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The cell-surface glycoprotein CD44 is involved in a multitude of important physiological functions including cell proliferation… Expand Optimal immunity to microorganisms depends upon the regulated death of clonally expanded effector cells and the survival of a… Expand The cell adhesion molecule CD44 is expressed on the majority of immune cells and is responsible for mediating adhesion to the… Expand Engagement of vascular E-selectin and leukocyte L-selectin with relevant counter-receptors expressed on tumor cells contributes… Expand Dendritic cells (DC) represent potent APCs that are capable of generating tumor-specific immunity. We performed a pilot clinical… Expand The hematopoietic form of the adhesion molecule CD44 is known to be involved in lymphocyte maturation and homing. To define… Expand Leukocyte recruitment is a key step in the inflammatory reaction. Several changes in the cell morphology take place during… Expand The human CD44 cell-surface glycoprotein participates in a wide variety of cell-cell interactions including lymphocyte homing and… Expand Chymotryptic digestion of a threonine-rich hydroxyproline-rich glycoprotein (THRGP) purified from the cell surface of a Zea mays… Expand Studies of T cell adhesion and activation reveal two new functions of the CD44 molecule, a molecule now recognized to be… Expand