Natural HLA class I polymorphism controls the pathway of antigen presentation and susceptibility to viral evasion.
Zernich, Danielle; Purcell, Anthony W; Macdonald, Whitney A; Kjer-Nielsen, Lars; Ely, Lauren K; Laham, Nihay; Crockford, Tanya; Mifsud, Nicole A; Bharadwaj, Mandvi; Chang, Linus; Tait, Brian D; Holdsworth, Rhonda; Brooks, Andrew G; Bottomley, Stephen P; Beddoe, Travis; Peh, Chen Au; Rossjohn, Jamie; McCluskey, James.
J Exp Med
; 200(1): 13-24, 2004 Jul 05.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-15226359
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