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Optimal CD4 T cell proliferation and function requires a brief T cell receptor stimulus followed by an antigen-independent, IL-2 driven phase of cell expansion



Optimal CD4 T cell proliferation and function requires a brief T cell receptor stimulus followed by an antigen-independent, IL-2 driven phase of cell expansion



FASEB Journal 14(6): A1167




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