Cellular energy sensor balances the scales

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tation via the endogenous class I MHC machinery (Fig. 1)10,11. The finding that the location of an epitope within a larger protein can profoundly influence crosspriming of CD8+ T cells may help to clarify some of the controversy surrounding the ability of different antigens to participate in this process12. Taken together, these three new studies provide a… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/nm0704-681

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@article{Small2004CellularES, title={Cellular energy sensor balances the scales}, author={Caroline J Small and David Carling and Stephen R. Bloom}, journal={Nature Medicine}, year={2004}, volume={10}, pages={681-682} }