Mouse L Cells Expressing Human HLA-DR Antigens After Transfection with Class II Genes Do Not Stimulate Human T Lymphocytes
The HLA class II determinants are involved in activation of T4 lymphocytes. These dimeric cell membrane molecules are glycoproteins comprised of one α and one β chain subunit and are expressed mainly on B cells and accessory lymphoid cells . Recent data has revealed that the class II region most probably encompasses a complexity of loci: DR coding for three β and one α chain, DQ and DP each coding for two β and α two a chains [2, 11].
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