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Major histocompatibility complex complement genes and disease



Major histocompatibility complex complement genes and disease



Immunogenetic approaches to the control of endoparasites with particular reference to parasites of sheep Proceedings of a workshop held at Sydney University, October 22-23-1983, on behalf of the Australian Wool Corporation: 112-125



This review is concerned chiefly with work in man, but includes brief consideration of the possible association of the MHC with genes for complement components in cattle and sheep, and the prospects for the exploitation of such an association in improving disease resistance.

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