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T-cell-recognized Antigenic Peptides Derived From the Cellular Genome Are Not Protein-degradation Products But Can Be Generated Directly By Transcription and Translation of Short Subgenic Regions - a Hypothesis

Bibliographic reference Boon, Thierry ; Van Pel, Aline. T-cell-recognized Antigenic Peptides Derived From the Cellular Genome Are Not Protein-degradation Products But Can Be Generated Directly By Transcription and Translation of Short Subgenic Regions - a Hypothesis. In: Immunogenetics, Vol. 29, no. 2, p. 75-79 (1989)
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