Antigen processing at the molecular level.

@article{Allen1987AntigenPA,
  title={Antigen processing at the molecular level.},
  author={Paul E. Allen},
  journal={Immunology today},
  year={1987},
  volume={8 9},
  pages={270-3}
}
The recognition of antigen by helper T cells is one of the key steps in the induction of an immune response. Most helper T cells recognize a processed form of antigen; here, Paul Allen reviews the definition of antigen processing and shows that it may take at least three forms which depend upon the antigen and T cells being examined. 

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