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Methodology, Limitations and Uses of Antigen-binding Assays in the Analysis of T Cell Receptor-Antigen Interactions

  • B. E. Elliott
  • R. G. E. Palfree
  • S. Mundinger
  • Z. A. Nagy

Abstract

After over a decade of extensive research in many laboratories, two independent breakthroughs have recently led to the identification of the T cell receptor (TcR) genes and their products.

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Membrane Vesicle Antigen Binding Graft Versus Host Nitrogen Cavitation Lymphocyte Plasma Membrane 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • B. E. Elliott
  • R. G. E. Palfree
  • S. Mundinger
  • Z. A. Nagy

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