CD1


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CD1

(immunology)
Glycoproteins that are expressed on the surface of immature thymocytes, Langerhans cells, and certain B cells, similar in structure to class I major histocompatibility complex molecules.
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The optimal doses were used in two parallel experiments conducted in C57BL/6 and CD1 mice to determine the time course of CKD disease development.
The glomerular filtration rate (GFR) was measured in CD1 female mice (8-10 weeks) in an additional study with similar induction of NTN.
Fluorescence in situ hybridization was performed as described previously[6] to determine CD1 gene amplification in the carcinosarcoma of the tongue.
The tumor in the present case showed CD1 gene amplification in both the carcinomatous and sarcomatous components.
The CD1 system, like the well-studied major histocompatibility complex peptide-based system, involves cells that utilize the CD1 molecules to present foreign antigens from infectious agents to stimulate T cells (a class of white blood cells).
The discovery of the CD1 lipid antigen presentation system was made by Dr.
Human CD1 molecules are encoded by 5 different genes localized to chromosome 1.
Group I CD1 molecules are almost only expressed on thymocytes and dendritic cells (DCs) and are present in humans but not in mice or rats.
Age- and sex-matched CD1 mice that are resistant to EAE induction were obtained from our own conventional barrier protection breeding colony (Cajal Institute, CSIC, Madrid, Spain).
While CD1 is an enjoyable walk down memory lane, CD2 somewhat fails to live up to its cult status.