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H.N. Eisen, Y. Sykulev, and T.J. Tsomides, Antigen-Secific T-Cell Receptors and Their Reactions with Natural Ligands: Complexes Formed by Peptides with Major Histocompatibility Complex Proteins.
E.A. Padlan, X-Ray Crystallography of Antibodies.
H.M. McConnell and M. Martinez-Yamout, Insight into Antibody Combining Sites using Nuclear Magnetic Resonance and Spin Label Haptens.
J. Novotny and J. Bajorath, Computational Biochemical of Antibodies and T-CellReceptors.
P.G. Schultz, Catalytic Antibodies.
M. Sela and I. Pecht, The Nature of the Antigen.
J.S Huston, M.N. Margolies, and E. Haber, Antobody Binding Sites.
C. Milstein and M.S. Neuberger, Maturation of the Immune Response.
Topics Covered Include:
X-ray crystallography of ligands.
Nature of the antigen.
Antibody binding sites.
Maturation of the immune response.
Computational biochemistry of antibodies and T-cell receptors.
Antigen-specific T-cell receptors and their reactions.
@bul:* X-Ray Crystallography of Ligands
* Catalytic Antibodies
* Nature of the Antigen
* Antibody Binding Sites
* Maturtion of the Immune Response
* Computational Biochemistry of Antibodies and * T-Cell Receptors
* Antigen-Specific T-Cell Receptors and Their Reactions
Molecular biologists, biochemists, immunologists, and biophysicists.
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- © Academic Press 1996
- 21st October 1996
- Academic Press
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Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research, Howard Hughes Medical Institute Research Laboratories, Cambridge, U.S.A.
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