Murine MHC polymorphism and T cell specificities.

Abstract

The major histocompatibility complex (MHC) genes are polymorphic in mouse and man. The products of these genes are receptors for peptides, which while bound, are displayed to T lymphocytes. When bound peptides from antigens are recognized by T lymphocytes, an immune response is initiated against the antigens. This study assessed the relation of the… (More)

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