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Funktion und Spezifität von humanen γδ T-Zellen

  • K. Pfeffer
  • B. Schoel
  • K. Deutsch
  • S. Kromer
  • H. Wagner
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Zusammenfassung

T-Lymphozyten erkennen Antigene mittels ihres individuellen T-Zell-Rezeptors (TZR). Dieser TZR definiert die Spezifität der T-Zelle und besteht aus 2 Polypeptidketten, die mit den invarianten Proteinen des CD 3-Komplexes assoziiert sind.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • K. Pfeffer
  • B. Schoel
  • K. Deutsch
  • S. Kromer
  • H. Wagner

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