Anthony N. Turner

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The most abundant autoreactive T cells in patients with Goodpasture's disease are specific for peptides in the autoantigen that have high affinity for the disease-associated HLA class II molecule,(More)
Class II molecules are believed to influence immune responses by selectively binding antigen-derived peptides for recognition by T cells. In Goodpasture's (anti-glomerular basement membrane) disease,(More)
Anti-glomerular basement membrane (GBM) antibody nephritis is caused by an autoimmune or alloimmune reaction to the NC1 domains of alpha3alpha4alpha5(IV) collagen. Some patients with X-linked Alport(More)