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Inefficient exogenous loading of a tapasin-dependent peptide onto HLA-B*44:02 can be improved by acid treatment or fixation of target cells

Bibliographic reference Stroobant, Vincent ; Demotte, Nathalie ; Luiten, Rosalie M ; Leonhardt, Ralf M ; Cresswell, Peter ; et. al. Inefficient exogenous loading of a tapasin-dependent peptide onto HLA-B*44:02 can be improved by acid treatment or fixation of target cells. In: European Journal of Immunology, Vol. 42, no. 6, p. 1417-1428 (2012)
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