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MHC Class II-Restricted Epitopes Containing an Oxidoreductase Activity Prompt CD4(+) T Cells with Apoptosis-Inducing Properties.

Bibliographic reference Malek Abrahimians, Elin ; Carlier, Vincent A ; Vander Elst, Luc ; Saint-Remy, Jean-Marie R. MHC Class II-Restricted Epitopes Containing an Oxidoreductase Activity Prompt CD4(+) T Cells with Apoptosis-Inducing Properties.. In: Frontiers in Immunology, Vol. 6, no.0, p. 449 (2015)
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