By Frank J. Dixon
The fiftieth quantity in a monographic sequence on immunology. one of the themes lined listed here are avian T-cell ontogeny, adoptive move of human lymphoid cells to critically immuno-deficient mice and histamine-releasing components and cytokine-dependent activation of basophils and mast cells.
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These mice show a strict correlation between the presence of the transgenic Mtv and deletion of Vp14 (H. Acha-Orbea, personal communication). Thus, both in uiuo and in uitro, there is excellent evidence that Mtv encode Vbse. F. OTHERRETROVIRUSES MAYALSO ENCODE Vbse Although all the data presently available point to Mtv as providing the genes encoding Vbse, one piece of evidence may implicate other retroviruses in Vbse expression. , 1988). The syndrome requires both B cells and CD4 T cells for its effects to occur.
The lnuoluement of the Vp Region of the T Cell Receptor Whether or not there are other entities on the T cell surface required to recognize Mls, it is abundantly clear that responses to all Vbse and to bacterial toxic mitogens involve the T cell receptor. There is no other way to explain all of the data. , 1990). , 1988a, 1989b; Katz and Janeway, 1985). Loss of the T cell receptor is associated with loss of reactivity, and reactivity can be transferred to recipient cells by transfection with the genes encoding the TCR, provided that the p chain of the responsive clone is expressed on the surface of the recipient cell line (Kaye, 1989).
Presumably, other receptor elements prevented effective interaction of these TCRs with the MHC class 1I:Vbse complex. These findings can be accommodated into the consensus model by stating that the TCR:MHC interaction must be permissive for interaction, and most but not all such combinations are permissive. Likewise, Yagi et al. have evidence that L cells and B cells may differ in the ability of a single MHC class I1 molecule to present a given SE to a given set of TCR (Yagi and Janeway, 1991).
Advances in Immunology 50 by Frank J. Dixon