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A single residue exchange within a viral CTL epitope alters proteasome-mediated degradation resulting in lack of antigen presentation

A single residue exchange within a viral CTL epitope alters proteasome-mediated degradation resulting in lack of antigen presentation

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OSSENDORP, Ferry, Maren EGGERS, Anne NEISIG, Thomas RUPPERT, Marcus GRÖTTRUP, Alice SIJTS, Erica MENGEDÉ, Peter-Michael KLOETZEL, Jacques NEEFJES, Ulrich KOSZINOWSKI, Cornelis MELIEF, 1996. A single residue exchange within a viral CTL epitope alters proteasome-mediated degradation resulting in lack of antigen presentation. In: Immunity. 5(2), pp. 115-124. ISSN 1074-7613. eISSN 1097-4180. Available under: doi: 10.1016/S1074-7613(00)80488-4

@article{Ossendorp1996singl-22317, title={A single residue exchange within a viral CTL epitope alters proteasome-mediated degradation resulting in lack of antigen presentation}, year={1996}, doi={10.1016/S1074-7613(00)80488-4}, number={2}, volume={5}, issn={1074-7613}, journal={Immunity}, pages={115--124}, author={Ossendorp, Ferry and Eggers, Maren and Neisig, Anne and Ruppert, Thomas and Gröttrup, Marcus and Sijts, Alice and Mengedé, Erica and Kloetzel, Peter-Michael and Neefjes, Jacques and Koszinowski, Ulrich and Melief, Cornelis} }

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