Advances in Immunology, Vol. 59 by Frank J. Dixon (Ed.)

By Frank J. Dixon (Ed.)

With contributions from Steven A. Porcelli and different across the world well-known leaders within the box, this quantity maintains the culture of vital stories. Papers at the CD1 relations, optimistic choice of thymocytes, and molecular and mobile elements of XLA spotlight the newest quantity.

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1979). , 1984). Subsequently, it was shown that C Dla isolated from cultured MOLT-4 cell lysates does associate with a 12kDa subunit, although this subunit was reported to be electrophoretically distinct from human P2-microglobulin. This apparently unique “P2-microglobulin-like” small polypeptide was termed PT (Ziegler and Milstein, 1979). , 1981). , 1984). , 1986), whereas CDlc heavy chains bind tightly to endogenous /32-microglobulin and do not undergo significant exchange (Knowles, 1984). , 1986).

1978). , 1987). , 1994). Another noteworthy feature of CD1 proteins that may point to structural differences compared to MHC class I and I1 relates to their relative hydrophobicity. Analysis of the relative hydrophobicity of the a1 and a 2 regions of MHC and CD1 proteins indicates that CD1 proteins are in all cases more hydrophobic (E. Beckman, personal communication). This analysis is summarized in Fig. 10. Note that CD1 proteins contain more hydrophobic regions in their a1 and a 2 domains than do MHC class I or I1 molecules, and that index of hydrophobicity is generally greater in such regions in CD1 proteins.

CDld2) - Sheep CD1 (group 1 CD1) - Cow CD1 (group 1 CD1) A Rabbit C D l b - a c All mAbs are of mouse origin unless otherwise noted. , 1987 Other CDla-specific mAbs not assigned to epitope groups are not included. For a listing of these, consult Boumsell (1989). ILWS: mAb described in proceedings of International Leukocyte Typing Workshops. Consult Boumsell(l989)and Bournsell and Knowles (1987). 42 STEVEN A. , 1986). The only apparent exceptions to this rule involve mAbs that are reactive with human CDld.

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