Enhanced immunogenicity of a T cell immunogenic peptide by modifications of its N and C termini.

Abstract

The modification of the terminal ionizable charges of an immunogenic peptide, HEL (46-61), was found to greatly increase the immunogenicity of the peptide. The modified peptide had 100- to 1000-fold enhanced activity in both in vitro and in vivo T cell assays. The mechanism of the enhancement was investigated by determining the binding affinities to I-Ak as… (More)

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