HLA class I genes integrated into murine cells are inducible by interferon.

Abstract

In human cells treated with interferon, there is an increase in the amount of HLA-A, B, C mRNA and, to a lower extent, membrane-bound antigen. However, the mechanism of this mRNA enhancement is still unknown. Using mouse L cells transfected with a unique class I HLA gene, we were able to show that both the related HLA mRNA and protein are increased after… (More)

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@article{Rosa1983HLACI, title={HLA class I genes integrated into murine cells are inducible by interferon.}, author={Fred M. Rosa and Philippe Le Bouteiller and Annie Abadie and Zohar Mishal and François A. Lemonnier and D Bourrel and M. Lamotte and Jorge Elias Kalil and Bertrand R. Jordan and M. Fellous}, journal={European journal of immunology}, year={1983}, volume={13 6}, pages={495-9} }