Researchers and academics in immunology and cell and molecular biology, graduate students in immunology, and clinicians.

Table of Contents

H.-R. Rodewald, Molecular and Cellular Events in Early Thymocyte Development. F. Alt and J.R. Gorman, Regulation of Ig Light Chain Isotype Expression. N. Isakov, The Role of Immunoreceptor Tyrosine-based Activation Motif (ITAM) in Signal Transduction from Antigen and Fc Receptors. G.J. Arlaud, Y. Xu, J.E. Volanakis, V. Rossi, N.M. Thielens, and S.V.L. Narayana, The Atypical Serine Proteases of the Complement System. R. Tripathi, N. Mathieu, I. Leduc, W.M. Hempel, and P. Ferrier, Accessibility Control of V(D)J Recombination: Lessons from Gene Targeting. J.S. Bromberg, L. Qin, and L.A. DeBruyne, Interactions Between the Immune System and Gene Therapy Vectors: Bidirectional Regulation of Response and Expression. D. Penn and W. Potts, MHC Genes Influence Individual Odors and Mating Preferences. A. Chess, Olfactory Receptor Gene Regulation. Subject Index.


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