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Recent evidence suggests that lymphocyte Ag receptor gene rearrangement does not always stop after the expression of the first productively rearranged receptor. Light chain gene rearrangement in B cells, and alpha-chain rearrangement in T cells can continue, which raises the question: how is allelic exclusion maintained, if at all, in the face of continued(More)
This report w as p repared for the N ational A ir and R adiation E nvironm ental Laboratory of the O ffice of R adiation and Indoor A ir and the N ational H om eland S ecurity R esea rch C ente r of the O ffice of R esearch and D evelopm ent, U nited S tates E nvironm ental P rotection A gency. It w a s prepa red by E nvironm ental M anagem ent S upport,(More)
Shannon Aippersbach is going into her fourth year majoring in Bioengineering at the Pennsylvania State University. She is originally from Pittsburgh, Pa. After graduation, Aippersbach hopes to pursue a career in the medical device field or research. Michael Alley is an associate professor of engineering communication at Penn State. He is the author of The(More)
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