The products of transferred H-2 genes express determinants that restrict hapten-specific cytotoxic T cells

Robert B Levy, J. C. Richardson, D. H. Margulies, G. A. Evans, J. G. Seidman, K. Ozato

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Cell lines into which cloned H-2 genes had been introduced (i.e., transformants) were used to correlate the genes and their products that are capable of functioning as H-2 restriction elements for hapten-self- (AED and TNP) specific cytotoxic T cells (CTL). These transformants provided a unique system in which major histocompatibility restricted (MHC) T cell recognition could be examined by using cells that express only H-2L(d) or only H-2D(d) gene products. BALB/c[H-2(d)] anti AED-self CTL lysed both the H-2L(d) and D(d) transformants, but not parental, i.e., untransformed, cells. The AED-self lysis of the L(d) and D(d) transformants was shown to be specifically inhibited by anti-H2L(d) and anti H-2D(d) monoclonal antibody, respectively. In contrast to these results, BALB/c anti TNP-self CTL were found to lyse readily the D(d) but not L(d) transformed lines, supporting reports indicating that H-2L(d)-restricted TNP-self CTL could not be detected. The results of this study thus demonstrate that the cell surface products encoded by these transferred MHC class I genes contain self determinants recognized by CTL.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)2514-2518
Number of pages5
JournalJournal of Immunology
Volume130
Issue number6
StatePublished - Aug 4 1983
Externally publishedYes

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Levy, R. B., Richardson, J. C., Margulies, D. H., Evans, G. A., Seidman, J. G., & Ozato, K. (1983). The products of transferred H-2 genes express determinants that restrict hapten-specific cytotoxic T cells. Journal of Immunology, 130(6), 2514-2518.

The products of transferred H-2 genes express determinants that restrict hapten-specific cytotoxic T cells. / Levy, Robert B; Richardson, J. C.; Margulies, D. H.; Evans, G. A.; Seidman, J. G.; Ozato, K.

In: Journal of Immunology, Vol. 130, No. 6, 04.08.1983, p. 2514-2518.

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Levy, RB, Richardson, JC, Margulies, DH, Evans, GA, Seidman, JG & Ozato, K 1983, 'The products of transferred H-2 genes express determinants that restrict hapten-specific cytotoxic T cells', Journal of Immunology, vol. 130, no. 6, pp. 2514-2518.
Levy RB, Richardson JC, Margulies DH, Evans GA, Seidman JG, Ozato K. The products of transferred H-2 genes express determinants that restrict hapten-specific cytotoxic T cells. Journal of Immunology. 1983 Aug 4;130(6):2514-2518.
Levy, Robert B ; Richardson, J. C. ; Margulies, D. H. ; Evans, G. A. ; Seidman, J. G. ; Ozato, K. / The products of transferred H-2 genes express determinants that restrict hapten-specific cytotoxic T cells. In: Journal of Immunology. 1983 ; Vol. 130, No. 6. pp. 2514-2518.
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