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Título: HUMAN BLOOD T AND NK CELL IN VITRO STIMULATION REVEALS A SIMILAR ACTIVATION PHENOTYPE THAT RESEMBLES EARLY ACTIVATION STAGES DURING ACUTE VIRUS INFECTION
Autor: Moura, J.
Gonçalves, M:
Fonseca, S.
Santos, A.
Queirós, M.
Teixeira, M.
Lima, M.
Data: 2009
Editora: Centro Hospitalar do Porto
Resumo: The complexity of T and NK-cell responses needs a great deal of control in the way these cells respond to stimulation. This is made by a precise regulation of gene expression leading to specific changes of membrane proteins, in order to acquire their full cytotoxic or immunological mediators secreting potential. The immunophenotypic changes occurring in-vivo on blood T and NK-cells in patients with acute and chronic infections have been previously characterized in detail, defining early and late activation related phenotypes, but in-vitro experiments are needed to define the earliest activation stages.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10400.16/326
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