Table II.

Summary of the V, D, and J gene used by CD1-reactive T cell clonesa

Phenotype
14S.3DNBV8S2A12.5AV22S1TRAJ50NEW.02
14S.4DNBV8S2A12.5AV22S1TRAJ50NEW.02
14S.7DNBV8S2A12.5AV22S1TRAJ50NEW.02
14S.10CD8ααBV8S12.6AV11S3TRAJ4NEW.15
24.7DNBV6S122.6AV14S1TRAJ15281
24.8DNBV8S2A222.5AV14S1TRAJ15281
24.9DNBV8S322.4AV14S1TRAJ15281
14S.11CD8ααBV8S2A322.4AV11S1TRAJ4019
14S.15DNBV5S122.4AV10S[2/9]TRAJ49TA65
14S.6CD8ααBV14S122.1AV17S1TRAJ32TT11
  • a The gene segments used to encode the TCRs of the CD1-reactive T cell clones was determined by comparing the sequences to the NCBI database using the BLAST algorithm. Nomenclature for Vα and Vβ family members is based on the WHO-IUIS recommendations (43). Jβ nomenclature is from Ref. 44. The Jα nomenclature is from IMGT, the international ImMunoGeneTics database (45), and alternate nomenclature from the mouse TCR-αδ chain locus (GenBank accession number M64239). Note that in the IMGT nomenclature, Jα281 is named TRAJ18. Discrimination between the AV10S2 and AV10S9 family members was not possible using the Vα sequence determined for T cell clone 14S15.