H T Moins-Teisserenc

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BACKGROUND Granulomatous syndromes, such as Wegener's granulomatosis, are defined according to complex criteria, but the underlying cause is rarely identified. We present evidence for a new aetiology for chronic granulomatous lesions associated with a recessive genetic defect, which is linked to the human leucocyte antigen (HLA) locus. METHODS Five adults(More)
Generation of the HLA-A0201 (A2) influenza Matrix 58-66 epitope contained within the full-length Matrix protein is impaired in cells lacking the proteasome subunits low molecular protein 2 (LMP2) and LMP7. This Ag presentation block can be relieved by transfecting the wild-type LMP7 cDNA into LMP7-deficient cells. A mutated form of LMP7, lacking the two(More)
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