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Origin and evolution of the class I gene family: why are some of the mammalian class I genes encoded outside the major histocompatibility complex?



Origin and evolution of the class I gene family: why are some of the mammalian class I genes encoded outside the major histocompatibility complex?



Research in Immunology 147(5): 278-84; Discussion 284-5




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DOI: 10.1016/0923-2494(96)89640-4


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