Mechanisms of Lymphocyte Activation and Immune Regulation

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Proceedings of the Second International Conference on [title] held in Feb. 1988. Seventeen contributions on: T cell receptors and activation; interleukin 1 and 2 receptors; B lymphocyte development and B cell activation; interleukins and B lymphocyte activation. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (
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T Cell Receptor.- The T cell receptor: Its repertoire and role in thymocyte development.- Murine T-cell receptor genes.- Correspondence between functionally significant sequences in immunoglobulin and the T cell receptor for antigen.- T Cell Activation.- The early mitogenic pathway in mouse thymocytes: An analysis of the dual signal hypothesis.- The role of the antigen receptor/T3 complex in T-cell activation.- Early events in lymphocyte activation triggered via CD3/Ti or CD2.- Human T lymphocyte activation.- Transmembrane signals in the activation of T lymphocytes.- Ion channels in T lymphocytes.- Interleukins and their Receptors.- The multiple biological properties of interleukin-1 influencing immunocompetent cells.- Aurine growth function of interleukin-1-like molecules secreted by neoplastic human B cells.- Dissection of the molecular events occuring during T cell cycle progression.- The Interleukin-2 receptor on normal and malignant lymphocytes.- IL-2 receptor gene activation by ATL-derived factor (ADF).- Mechanisms in interleukin 3 regulated growth and differentiation.- B Lymphocyte Activation, Proliferation and Differentiation.- The activation, proliferation, and differentiation of human B lymphocytes.- Delineation of human B cell differentiation: Immunological and molecular characterization of human B cell differentiation factor (BSF-2).- Transmembrane signaling reactions generated in B cells in response to anti-IgM or lipopolysaccharide.- Coupling of B cell surface Ig, Ia and BSF1 receptors to intracellular “second messengers”.- B lymphocyte activation — The roles of receptor cross-linkage and BSF-1.- B cell growth factor interactions.- IgGl induction factor: A single molecular entity with multiple biological functions.- Inhibition of human B cell proliferation by ion channel blockers.- Proto-Oncogenes and Cellular Activation and Differentiation.- Cell growth associated regulation of c-myc and c-fos in normal human T cells.- Regulation of proto-oncogene expression during T lymphocyte activation and proliferation.- Expression of the c-fos gene during differentiation.- Natural Killing and Cyclosporin A.- Activation of natural killer (NK) cells and mechanism of their cytotoxic effects.- Regulation of activation and proliferation of human natural killer cells.- Molecular mechanism of natural killer cell-mediated cytotoxicity.- Mechanism of action of cyclosporine.- Contributors.

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