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dual recognition


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An immunological model proposing that a T cell has two receptors, both of which must simultaneously bind specific molecules in order to activate the cell; one receptor binds to the antigen, the other binds to a self-molecule of the major histocompatibility system (q.v.); a form of associative recognition (q.v.).

Subjects: Medicine and Health — Genetics and Genomics.


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