All Relations between subsequent memory and cd4

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Kerrie E Hargrave, Julie C Worrell, Chiara Pirillo, Euan Brennan, Andreu Masdefiol Garriga, Joshua I Gray, Thomas Purnell, Edward W Roberts, Megan Kl MacLeo. Lung influenza virus specific memory CD4 T cell location and optimal cytokine production are dependent on interactions with lung antigen-presenting cells. Mucosal immunology. 2024-06-08. PMID:38851589. interactions between lung iav-specific cd4 t cells and mhcii+ cells during the primary immune response were important in shaping the subsequent memory pool. 2024-06-08 2024-06-11 mouse
Tuoqi Wu, Andreas Wieland, Judong Lee, J Scott Hale, Jin-Hwan Han, Xiaojin Xu, Rafi Ahme. Cutting Edge: miR-17-92 Is Required for Both CD4 Th1 and T Follicular Helper Cell Responses during Viral Infection. Journal of immunology (Baltimore, Md. : 1950). vol 195. issue 6. 2015-12-18. PMID:26276869. upon viral infection, mir-17-92-deficient cd4 t cells showed impaired clonal expansion and subsequent memory formation. 2015-12-18 2023-08-13 Not clear