Mechanisms of Exogenous Antigen Presentation by MHC Class I Molecules in Vitro and in Vivo:Implications for Generating CD*+ T Cell Responses to Infectious Agents, Tumors, Transplants, and Vaccines, J.W. Yewdell, C.C. Norbury and J.R. Bennink. Signal Transduction Pathways That Regulate the Fate of B Lymphocytes, A. Craxton, K. Otipoby, A. Jiang and E.A. Clark. Oral Tolerance: Mechanisms and Therapeutic Applications, A. Faria and H.L. Weiner. Caspases and Cytokines: Roles in Inflammation and Autoimmunity, J.C. Reed. T Cell Dynamics in HIV-1 Infection, D.R. Clark, R.J. DeBoer, K.C. Wolthers and F. Miedema. Bacterial CpG DNA Activates Immune Cells to Signal Infectious Danger, H. Wagner. Neutrophil-Derived Proteins: Selling Cytokines by the Pound, M.A. Cassatella. Murine Models of Thymic Lymphomas: Premalignant Scenarios Amendable to Prophylactic Therapy, E. Yefenof. Index. Contents of Recent Volumes.
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