R A Balderas

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The Mycoplasma arthritidis superantigen (MAM) is produced by an organism that causes systemic disease in rodents leading to chronic proliferative arthritis. MAM is a typical superantigen that requires presentation to T cells by MHC molecules without processing and T cell recognition of MAM occurs through the V beta chains of the TCR. Several major findings(More)
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