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Functional significance of tapasin membrane association and disulfide linkage to ERp57 in MHC class I presentation.

Bibliographic reference Vigneron, Nathalie ; Peaper, David R ; Leonhardt, Ralf M ; Cresswell, Peter. Functional significance of tapasin membrane association and disulfide linkage to ERp57 in MHC class I presentation.. In: European Journal of Immunology, Vol. 39, no.9, p. 2371-2376 (2009)
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