Research Tools: Cell Lines


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Inventors

Title and Description

Publication

J. Kappler

P. Marrack

3DO-18.3 T-Cell Hybridoma Abstract

J. Kappler

P. Marrack

CD8-transfected BW5147 alpha-beta- cell line/fusion partner (BWlyt2-4)

Useful research tool for the study of antigen processing and antigen presentation requirements of class I-restricted T cells.

Abstract

J. Kappler

P. Marrack

DO-11.10 T cell hybridoma

The hybridoma D0-11.10, a mouse monoclonal antibody against receptors for antigen plus I region products on T cells.  Use of I region-restricted, antigen-specific T cell hybridomas to produce idiotypically specific anti-receptor antibodies.

Abstract

J. Kappler

P. Marrack

T cell hybridoma BO-97.10

BO-97.10 is a T cell hybridoma which responds to a chicken Ovalbumin peptide (a.a. 327-339) + Class II (I-Ab)

Abstract

W. Born

J. Kappler

P. Marrack

BW5147 alpha-beta- cell line/fusion partner

A variant of the AKR thymona BW5147 has been isolated which can no longer express functional T cell receptor alpha- and beta- chains.

Abstract

 

W. Born

R. O'Brien

Mouse hybridomas expressing gamma delta T cell receptors

Hybridomas expressing various combinations of gamma delta T cell receptors available as research tools. 

Abstract

J. Kappler

P. Marrack

BALB/c-derived, cOVA-specific, Id-restricted T cell hybridomas

Abstract

 

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