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Histocompatibility antigens and the T-cell repertoire

Histocompatibility antigens and the T-cell repertoire

Current trends in histocompatibility Volume 2 Biological and clinical concepts: 3-18

A review which includes consideration of the restriction of T cells by the H-2 complex, H-2 gene complementation, and the influence of H-2 linked Ir genes on T cells.

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