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self-antigen


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self antigen

self-antigen

Consequence of neo-antigenicity of the ‘altered self’

T7 RNA polymerase as a self‐replicating label for antigen quantification

Unusual cytotoxic activities of thymus-independent, self-antigen-specific CD8+ T cells

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

Constant rate of steady-state self-antigen trafficking from skin to regional lymph nodes

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

Analysis of antibody reactivities toward self antigens of IgM of patients with Waldenström's macroglobulinemia.

The nature of cryptic epitopes within the self-antigen myelin basic protein

The pathogenicity of self-antigen decreases at high levels of autoantigenicity: a computational approach

A computerized model for the self–non‐self discrimination at the level of the Th (Th genesis). II. The behavior of the system upon encounter with non‐self antigens

Expression of Toll-like receptors and their detection of nuclear self-antigen leading to immune activation in JSLE

Combination of DNA‐directed immobilization and immuno‐PCR: very sensitive antigen detection by means of self‐assembled DNA–protein conjugates

Quantitative PET reporter gene imaging of CD8+ T cells specific for a melanoma-expressed self-antigen

Anti-melanoma cytotoxic T lymphocytes (CTL) recognize numerous antigenic peptides having 'self' sequences: autoimmune nature of the anti-melanoma CTL response.

Development of CD25+ T cells secreting transforming growth factor‐β1 by altered peptide ligands expressed as self‐antigens

In situ expansion of T cells that recognize distinct self-antigens sustains autoimmunity in the CNS

T cell recognition of self-antigen presenting cells by protein transfer assay reveals a high frequency of anti-myelin T cells in multiple sclerosis

 

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Any (potentially) antigenic molecule originating in an individual that is recognized as nonforeign by the individual's immune system, and towards which immunological tolerance is normally shown. See also autoimmunity, self‐tolerance.

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