Primary CTL response magnitude in mice is determined by the extent of naive T cell recruitment and subsequent clonal expansion
Nicole L La Gruta, William T Rothwell, Tania Cukalac, Natasha G Swan, Sophie A Valkenburg, Katherine Kedzierska, Paul G Thomas, Peter C Doherty, Stephen J Turner
Journal of Clinical Investigation | AMER SOC CLINICAL INVESTIGATION INC | Published : 2010
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We thank D. Godfrey, F. Carbone, W. Heath, and K. Shortman for reagents and). Rossjohn for critical review of the manuscript. This work was supported by National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) project grants AI454595 (to N.L. La Gruta and P.C. Doherty) and AI454312 (to K. Kedzierska), NHMRC Program grant (AI567122 to P.C. Doherty), NIH grants AI70251 (to P.C. Doherty) and AI065097 (to P.G. Thomas), NHMRC RD Wright Career Development Awards (to N.L. La Gruta and K. Kedzierska), a Pfizer Australia Research Fellowship (to S.J. Turner), an NHMRC Biomedical Postgraduate Scholarship (ID520643 to T. Cukalac), and an Australian-American Fulbright Postgraduate Scholarship (to W.T. Rothwell).