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Certain miRNAs, including miR-181a, are known to play a role in B and T cell development, but their function in antigen recognition is poorly understood.
The CD3 antigen is involved in the process of T cell activation in response to antigen recognition and is a target for immunosuppressive therapy.
Antigen recognition by T lymphocytes in CD mainly occurs if the gliadin-derived peptides are carried by the HLA class II molecules HLA-DQ2 or HLA-DR4 [4,5].
HLA genes encode proteins that are intimately involved in antigen recognition and immune cell activation and function.