The LMP antigens: a stable MHC-controlled multisubunit protein complex.

@article{Monaco1986TheLA,
  title={The LMP antigens: a stable MHC-controlled multisubunit protein complex.},
  author={John J. Monaco and Hugh O Mcdevitt},
  journal={Human immunology},
  year={1986},
  volume={15 4},
  pages={416-26}
}
In addition to encoding the well-known class I (H-2), II (Ia), and III (complement components C2, C4, and factor B) antigens, the murine MHC controls the expression of a large, intracellular protein complex of unknown function. This complex is composed of a large number of noncovalently linked low molecular weight polypeptide subunits (hence the name, LMP) which are biochemically, serologically, and genetically distinct from class I, II, and III antigens. Only two of these subunits display… CONTINUE READING

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