The CD2 antigen associates with the T-cell antigen receptor CD3 antigen complex on the surface of human T lymphocytes View Full Text


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DATE

1989-06

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M H Brown, D A Cantrell, G Brattsand, M J Crumpton, M Gullberg

ABSTRACT

T lymphocytes can be activated by various stimuli directed either against the T-cell antigen receptor-CD3 antigen complex (Ti-CD3) or the CD2 molecule; see ref. 1 for a review. Activation signals generated by antigen binding to the antigen-specific alpha/beta heterodimer (Ti) are thought to be transduced via the invariant CD3 gamma, epsilon and delta chains, and the associated zeta and eta subunits. The physiological role of the interaction of CD2 with its homologous cell-surface associated ligand LFA-3 remains to be fully elucidated. It has been suggested that CD2 regulates an antigen-independent pathway of activation or that signals delivered via CD2 are an integral part of the antigen-specific pathway. Several recent studies have indicated a requirement for the Ti-CD3 complex in CD2 signalling. Thus, mutant T-cell lines expressing CD2, but not Ti-CD3, on the cell surface cannot be activated via the CD2 molecules. Functional interaction between the Ti-CD3 complex and the CD2 antigen suggests that these T-lymphocyte cell-surface structures are physically associated. Here we use a digitonin-based solubilization procedure to explore this possibility and show that 40% of the cell-surface CD2 molecules can be specifically co-precipitated in association with the Ti-CD3 complex. More... »

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551-553

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