Alloresponses in vitro and in vivo show restricted T-cell receptor V beta gene usage.

@article{Hanto1995AlloresponsesIV,
  title={Alloresponses in vitro and in vivo show restricted T-cell receptor V beta gene usage.},
  author={Douglas W. Hanto and J K Ruger and Steven J. Rossi},
  journal={Transplantation proceedings},
  year={1995},
  volume={27 1},
  pages={491-3}
}
Our studies of V beta restriction in alloresponses have demonstrated that V beta restriction in H-2 + Mls-1a, class I and class II responses in MLC and in H-2 + Mls-1a disparate sponge matrix allografts, supporting the hypothesis that certain alloresponses in vitro and in vivo have more restricted V beta gene usage than previously thought.