Production of monoclonal antibodies reactive with polymorphic and monomorphic determinants of SLA class I gene products

@article{Ivanoska1991ProductionOM,
  title={Production of monoclonal antibodies reactive with polymorphic and monomorphic determinants of SLA class I gene products},
  author={Diana Ivanoska and Donald C. Sun and Joan K. Lunney},
  journal={Immunogenetics},
  year={1991},
  volume={33},
  pages={220-223}
}
The major histocompatibility complex (MHC) in swine, designated SLA, has been characterized and the effects of these genes have been manifested on graft rejection and on immune responses (Vaiman et al. 1978; Pescovitz and Sachs 1986; Lunney et al. 1986). Due to the importance of the MHC genes in immunological transplantation and disease research, the SLA inbred National Institutes of Health (NIH) minipigs were developed (Sachs et al. 1976; Lunney et al. 1986). Resulting from one set of parents… CONTINUE READING

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