Immunology Improving on Nature in the Twenty-First Century

  title={Immunology Improving on Nature in the Twenty-First Century},
  author={Abul K Abbas and Charles A. Janeway},
notion at the time, one that challenged existing concepts of how proteins conformed to the shapes of other interacting proteins. Nevertheless, the clonal selection the-molecular understanding of how the diverse repertoire of antigen receptors is generated came with the studies of Susumu Tonegawa in the 1970s (Tonegawa et al., 1977). Based on this work, and its many subsequent refinements, it is now known that the antigen receptors of B and T lymphocytes are encoded by genes that are… CONTINUE READING


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