MHC antigens

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MHC antigens

Impact of CD8–MHC class I interaction in detection and sorting efficiencies of antigen-specific T cells using MHC class I/peptide multimers: contribution of pMHC valency

Presentation of self-antigens on MHC class II molecules during dendritic cell maturation

Protein kinase C delta stimulates antigen presentation by Class II MHC in murine dendritic cells

Hsp72-mediated augmentation of MHC class I surface expression and endogenous antigen presentation.

Double-positive thymocytes resistant to antigen-MHC-induced negative selection lack active caspase.

Mutations in MHC class II dimer of dimers contact residues: effects on antigen presentation.

Tolerance induction to self-MHC antigens in fetal and neonatal mouse B cells

Antigen-independent acquisition of MHC class II molecules by human T lymphocytes

MHC Class I Antigen Processing and Presenting Machinery: Organization, Function, and Defects in Tumor Cells

Class II MHC antigens in early rheumatoid arthritis in Bath (UK) and Madrid (Spain)

Differential expression of MHC class II antigens and cathepsin L by subtypes of cortical epithelial cells in the rat thymus: an immunoelectron microscopic study

Assembly of tapasin-associated MHC class I in the absence of the transporter associated with antigen processing (TAP)

Bipartite regulation of different components of the MHC class I antigen-processing machinery during dendritic cell maturation

Effective antigen presentation by dendritic cells is NF-κB dependent: coordinate regulation of MHC, co-stimulatory molecules and cytokines

Overexpression of rab7 enhances the kinetics of antigen processing and presentation with MHC class II molecules in B cells

Essential role for cholesterol in the delivery of exogenous antigens to the MHC class I-presentation pathway

CD83 influences cell-surface MHC class II expression on B cells and other antigen-presenting cells

Identification and functional validation of MHC class I epitopes in the tumor-associated antigen 5T4


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The major histocompatibility antigens are involved in rapid graft rejection whereas the minor histocompatibility antigens are involved in much slower rejection phenomena. See histocompatibility antigens; MHC restriction.

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