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Both man & bird & beast: comparative organization of MHC genes


, : Both man & bird & beast: comparative organization of MHC genes. Immunogenetics 41(1): 1-17

In this review, the human MHC is covered in most detail, comparisons being made with the MHCs of mice, non-human primates, rodents other than mice, cattle, sheep, goats, rabbits, fowls, fishes and amphibians.

Accession: 002549379

DOI: 10.1007/bf00188427

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