Flow-cytometric determination of peptide-class I complex formation. Identification of p53 peptides that bind to HLA-A2.

@article{Zeh1994FlowcytometricDO,
  title={Flow-cytometric determination of peptide-class I complex formation. Identification of p53 peptides that bind to HLA-A2.},
  author={Herbert J. Iii Zeh and Gilah. Leder and Michael T Lotze and Russell D. Salter and Matt Tector and Gy{\"o}rgy Stuber and S Cardenas Modrow and Walter J Storkus},
  journal={Human immunology},
  year={1994},
  volume={39 2},
  pages={
          79-86
        }
}
A novel class I-peptide-binding assay was developed and used to identify a series of peptides derived from the human p53 tumor-suppressor gene product capable of binding the HLA-A2 class I allele. Brief pH 3.3 acid treatment of human cell lines rapidly denatures pre-existing class I complexes, as detected by loss of binding of conformation-dependent mAbs, leaving only free class I heavy chains associated with the viable cell surface. These heavy chains may be induced to refold and be recognized… CONTINUE READING
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