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Purification of a novel MHC class I element binding activity from thymus nuclear extracts reveals that thymic RBP-Jk/CBF1 binds to NF-kB-like elements


Purification of a novel MHC class I element binding activity from thymus nuclear extracts reveals that thymic RBP-Jk/CBF1 binds to NF-kB-like elements



Journal of Immunology 156: 72-9



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