H-2 complex

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H-2 complex

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The major histocompatibility complex of the mouse lying in a segment of chromosome 17, which carries a number of polymorphic loci associated with various aspects of the immune system. It consists of four regions (K, I, S, D) that contain genes coding for classical transplantation antigens, Ia antigens and complement components, as well as immune response genes. The I region is further subdivided (see I region).

H-2 complex

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