Natural micropolymorphism in human leukocyte antigens provides a basis for genetic control of antigen recognition.
Archbold, Julia K; Macdonald, Whitney A; Gras, Stephanie; Ely, Lauren K; Miles, John J; Bell, Melissa J; Brennan, Rebekah M; Beddoe, Travis; Wilce, Matthew C J; Clements, Craig S; Purcell, Anthony W; McCluskey, James; Burrows, Scott R; Rossjohn, Jamie.
J Exp Med
; 206(1): 209-19, 2009 Jan 16.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-19139173
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