Regulation of the production of secretory and membrane immunoglobulin during lymphocyte development.


An area of great controversy in molecular immunology is the mechanism by which the differential expression of secretory and membrane immunoglobulin heavy chain is regulated during B cell development. Since the changes in expression of the two proteins are determined largely by the steady state levels of the mRNAs that encode them, recent work has focused on… (More)


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