Artificial antigen-presenting cells as a tool to exploit the immune `synapse'

Abstract

Recent progress in molecular medicine has provided important tools to identify antigen-specific T cells. In most cases, the approach is based on oligomeric combinations of recombinant major histocompatibility complex–peptide complexes fixed to various rigid supports available for binding by the T-cell receptor. These tools have greatly increased our insight… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/82231

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@article{Prakken2000ArtificialAC, title={Artificial antigen-presenting cells as a tool to exploit the immune `synapse'}, author={Berent Prakken and Marca HM Wauben and Davide Genini and Rodrigo Samodal and Joellen Barnett and Alberto A. Mendivil and Lorenzo Leoni and Salvatore Albani}, journal={Nature Medicine}, year={2000}, volume={6}, pages={1406-1410} }