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Gene Action Changes in Immunity

  • Lawrence S. Dillon

Abstract

In contrast to the topics of cyclic and aging changes in gene action, in which little progress has been achieved at the molecular level of inquiry, immune reaction investigations have amassed great quantities of pertinent data. One characteristic of this field of research is the great complexity that it embraces, another being the close relationships it bears to tumorous and malignant growths. In approaching this topic, the complicated nature is best breached by viewing, first, the antibodies of the immune reactions, followed by the cellular constituents, and, finally, the interactions of the several component types.

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Mast Cell Major Histocompatibility Complex Light Chain Heavy Chain Hinge Region 
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  • Lawrence S. Dillon
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  1. 1.Texas A & M UniversityCollege StationUSA

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