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Regulation of CD40 ligand expression on naive CD4 T cells: a role for TCR but not co-stimulatory signals.
From naive to memory T cells.
Naive and effector CD4 T cells differ in their requirements for T cell receptor versus costimulatory signals.
Two distinct stages in the transition from naive CD4 T cells to effectors, early antigen-dependent and late cytokine-driven expansion and differentiation.
The dendritic cell receptor for endocytosis, DEC-205, can recycle and enhance antigen presentation via major histocompatibility complex class II-positive lysosomal compartments.
High antigen density and IL-2 are required for generation of CD4 effectors secreting Th1 rather than Th0 cytokines.
Persistent depots of influenza antigen fail to induce a cytotoxic CD8 T cell response.
Antigen presentation and the regulation of CD4 memory generation to influenza.
Unexpected prolonged presentation of influenza antigens promotes CD4 T cell memory generation.
Role of antigen-presenting cells in the polarized development of helper T cell subsets: evidence for differential cytokine production by Th0 cells in response to antigen presentation by B cells and macrophages.
Short-Lived Antigen Recognition but Not Viral Infection at a Defined Checkpoint Programs Effector CD4 T Cells To Become Protective Memory.
IL-6 Production by TLR-Activated APC Broadly Enhances Aged Cognate CD4 Helper and B Cell Antibody Responses In Vivo.
Durable CD4 T-Cell Memory Generation Depends on Persistence of High Levels of Infection at an Effector Checkpoint that Determines Multiple Fates.