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J.S. Malter, mRNAs Relevant to T-Cell Function.
G. Kroemer and J.M. Penninger, The Pharmacology of T-Cell Apoptosis.
R.B. Lobell, Prenylation of Ras GTPase Superfamily Proteins and Their Function in Immunobiology.
F. Momburg and G.J. Hammerling, Generation and TAP-mediated Transport of Peptides for MHC Class I Molecules.
T. Brocker and K. Karjalainen, Adoptive Tumor Immunity Mediated by Lymphocytes Bearing Modified Antigen Specific Receptors.
A.J. McNight and S. Gordon, Membrane Molecules as Differentiation Antigens of Murine Macrophages.
G.T. Nepom, MHC-Directed Susceptibility to Rheumatoid Arthritis.
J.R. Kalden, F.C. Breedveld, H. Burkhardt, and G.R. Burmester, Immunological Treatment of Autoimmune Diseases. Subject Index.
Researchers and graduate students in immunology and cell and molecular biology, industry, academic immunologists.
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- © Academic Press 1998
- 10th February 1998
- Academic Press
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