Alpha and beta chains of SB and DR antigens are structurally distinct

@article{Hurley1982AlphaAB,
  title={Alpha and beta chains of SB and DR antigens are structurally distinct},
  author={CK Hurley and Stephen Shaw and L A Nadler and S T Schlossman and J. Donald Capra},
  journal={The Journal of Experimental Medicine},
  year={1982},
  volume={156},
  pages={1557 - 1562}
}
Limited amino-terminal amino acid sequences of the HLA-controlled SB and DR antigens from the cell line PREISS (DR4/4, SB3/4) show differences in both the alpha and beta chain sequences of the two molecules. SB antigens, like DR antigens, appear to be homologues of the murine I-E antigens. 

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