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From:
Eur J Immunol. Author manuscript; available in PMC 2010 May 5.
Published in final edited form as:
Eur J Immunol. 2008 June; 38(6): 1756–1766.
doi: 10.1002/eji.200737389

Table 1

Incidence of Vα24+, 6B11+, Vβ11+, and CD1d-reactive iNKT clones isolated using anti-Vα24, anti-Vβ11, or 6B11 pairwise combinations, or α-GalCer loaded CD1d tetramers.

Vα24/Vβ11Vα24/6B11Vβ11/6B11hCD1d-tet
Vα24+41/4199/9942/4212/17
6B11+31/4199/9942/4210/17*
Vβ11+41/4196/99§42/4217/17
Invariant
TCR
31/4196/99*41/42*8/17
CD1d
Restricted
(# tested)
31/41
(41)
42/42
(42)[outline cross]
42/42
(42)
17/17
(17)
*6B11+ and CD1d-restricted clones where S was substituted by T or N in he germline encoded CVVS:DRGST A V24:AJ18 junction of iNKT cells.
§Three 6B11+/Vα24+ invariant AV24:AJ18 clones that were not Vβ11+.
[outline cross]Includes the three clones found with T or N substitutions.