B cells: Antigen Recognition

Toll-like receptors (TLR) are pattern recognition receptors that recognize pathogen associated molecular patterns and trigger innate immunity leading to initiation of adaptive immunity. This feed focuses on the role of TLRs and B cells in antigen recognition. 


August 14, 2019
Review

A PI(4,5)P2-derived "gasoline engine model" for the sustained B cell receptor activation

Immunological Reviews
Chenguang XuWanli Liu
March 14, 2019
Review
Open Access

The Relationship between Toll-like Receptors and Helicobacter pylori -Related Gastropathies: Still a Controversial Topic

Journal of Immunology Research
Lorena Elena MelițMaria Oana Mărginean
June 7, 2020
Review

Cell signaling and the aging of B cells

Experimental Gerontology
Verena Labi, Emmanuel Derudder
March 22, 2019

Regulatory T Cells in an Endogenous Mouse Lymphoma Recognize Specific Antigen Peptides and Contribute to Immune Escape

Cancer Immunology Research
Fatima AhmetlićRalph Mocikat
March 1, 2019
Review
Open Access

Can We Improve Vaccine Efficacy by Targeting T and B Cell Repertoire Convergence?

Frontiers in Immunology
Katja Fink
August 10, 2019

Structural Modeling of Lymphocyte Receptors and Their Antigens

Methods in Molecular Biology
Songling LiDaron M Standley
February 14, 2020
Open Access

Tripartite phase separation of two signal effectors with vesicles priming B cell responsiveness

Nature Communications
Leo E WongChristian Griesinger
September 3, 2019
Review

The CNS Immune Landscape from the Viewpoint of a T Cell

Trends in Neurosciences
Sarah MundtBurkhard Becher
January 17, 2020
Open Access

Anti-BCMA chimeric antigen receptors with fully human heavy-chain-only antigen recognition domains

Nature Communications
Norris LamJames N Kochenderfer
August 26, 2019
Review

Molecular pattern recognition in peripheral B cell tolerance: lessons from age-associated B cells

Current Opinion in Immunology
John L JohnsonMichael P Cancro
April 25, 2019
Open Access

Pten controls B-cell responsiveness and germinal center reaction by regulating the expression of IgD BCR

The EMBO Journal
Corinna S SetzHassan Jumaa
August 21, 2020
Open Access

Engineering AvidCARs for combinatorial antigen recognition and reversible control of CAR function

Nature Communications
Benjamin SalzerManfred Lehner
July 17, 2020
Open Access

Vav family proteins constitute disparate branching points for distinct BCR signaling pathways

European Journal of Immunology
Jens LöberNiklas Engels
April 2, 2019
Open Access

Identification of Mouse and Human Antibody Repertoires by Next-Generation Sequencing

Journal of Visualized Experiments : JoVE
Lin SunKazuo Ohnishi
April 2, 2019
Open Access

Human B Cells Engage the NCK/PI3K/RAC1 Axis to Internalize Large Particles via the IgM-BCR

Frontiers in Immunology
Niels J M VerstegenS Marieke van Ham
March 5, 2019
Review

Porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus infection of bone marrow: Lesions and pathogenesis

Virus Research
Gang WangJeffrey J Zimmerman
December 5, 2019
Open Access

Molecular Design, Optimization, and Genomic Integration of Chimeric B Cell Receptors in Murine B Cells

Frontiers in Immunology
Theresa PeschSai T Reddy
January 29, 2019
Review
Open Access

Affinity war: forging immunoglobulin repertoires

Current Opinion in Immunology
Teng ZuoDuane R Wesemann

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