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Établissement d'une lignée de souris transgéniques exprimant l'isoforme p35 de la chaîne invariante et développement d'un anticorps polyclonal spécifique

@inproceedings{Mnard2007tablissementDL,
  title={{\'E}tablissement d'une lign{\'e}e de souris transg{\'e}niques exprimant l'isoforme p35 de la cha{\^i}ne invariante et d{\'e}veloppement d'un anticorps polyclonal sp{\'e}cifique},
  author={Catherine M{\'e}nard},
  year={2007}
}
MHC class II are the predominant molecules implicated in the CD4+ T cell antigenic peptide presentation. The MHC class II functionality needs the presence of a chaperone proteîn called the invariant chain (Ii). The MHC class II assembly and maturation is facilitated by de presence ofli. The cytoplasmic tail ofli contains a targeting motifthat is important for the migration of the complex to the endosomes where the peptide exchange takes place. In humans, the most important isoforms of Ii are… Expand

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