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Immunol Today. 1990 Jun;11(6):211-6.

Role of the CD28 receptor in T-cell activation.

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Naval Medical Research Institute, Bethesda, MD 20814.

Abstract

Antigen-specific T-cell activation is initiated through the T-cell receptor. Recent evidence has shown that a number of additional T-cell surface receptors serve to regulate the responses of antigen-activated T cells. One such molecule, CD28, is a member of a heterophilic cell adhesion complex, and is the receptor for the B-cell-restricted B7/BB-1 antigen. As Carl June, Jeffrey Ledbetter, Peter Linsley and Craig Thompson review here, CD28 serves as the surface component of a novel signal transduction pathway that modulates T-cell lymphokine production and increases the resistance of T-cell responses to various immunosuppressive agents.

PMID:
2162180
DOI:
10.1016/0167-5699(90)90085-n
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