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Further development after β-chain rearrangement is marked by loss of CD25 (population E of Figure 1), then upregulation of CD4 and CD8 and rearrangement of the TCRα chain (reviewed in 43, 44). Control of exit from the CD25+ stage is probably mediated by an association of the TCR-β chain with the newly discovered pTα chain and the CD3 complex (45). Other, numerically minor, T cell lineages developing in the thymus appear to branch off at about the point of CD25 expression (43) (Figure 1). One is the Figure 1 Populations of early T precursors in the mouse thymus.