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T cells define new alloantigens controlled by a gene(s) in the Mls region on mouse chromosome 1


, : T cells define new alloantigens controlled by a gene(s) in the Mls region on mouse chromosome 1. Journal of Immunogenetics 15(1-3): 31-37

Two different types of T cell clones which recognize Mlsb haplotype gene products were established by using mice congenic at the Mls locus. The antigens defined by these T cells showed differences not only in strain distribution but also in the restriction element for antigen recognition by T cells (i.e. Kd or Dd). The antigens appear to be expressed on various types of lymphocytes.

Accession: 001962965

PMID: 3148664

DOI: 10.1111/j.1744-313x.1988.tb00405.x

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