Antigen presentation in Syrian hamster cells: substrate selectivity of TAP controlled by polymorphic residues in TAP1 and differential requirements for loading of H2 class l molecules

Citation

Lobigs, M, Mullbacher, A, Blanden, R et al. 1999, 'Antigen presentation in Syrian hamster cells: substrate selectivity of TAP controlled by polymorphic residues in TAP1 and differential requirements for loading of H2 class l molecules', Immunogenetics, vol. 49, pp. 931-941.

Year

1999

ANU Authors

Field of Research

  • Animal Physiology Cell

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