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An antigen produced by splicing of noncontiguous peptides in the reverse order

Bibliographic reference Warren, Edus H. ; Vigneron, Nathalie ; Gavin, Marc A. ; Coulie, Pierre ; Stroobant, Vincent ; et. al. An antigen produced by splicing of noncontiguous peptides in the reverse order. In: Science, Vol. 313, no. 5792, p. 1444-1447 (2006)
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