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Further Analysis of the Role of MHC Molecules in Antigen Presentation

  • E. R. Unanue
  • C. V. Harding
  • I. F. Luescher
  • R. W. Roof

Abstract

This is a summary of some of the research taking place in our laboratory. The paper represents a condensed version of a recent review paper (Unanue et al ., 1989).

Keywords

Lymphoma Cell Antigen Binding Site Bimolecular Complex Histocompatibility Molecule Antigenic Competition 
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© Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1989

Authors and Affiliations

  • E. R. Unanue
  • C. V. Harding
  • I. F. Luescher
  • R. W. Roof

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