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Innate-Like Control of Human iNKT Cell Autoreactivity via the Hypervariable CDR3β Loop

Innate-Like Control of Human iNKT Cell Autoreactivity via the Hypervariable CDR3β Loop

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MATULIS, Gediminas, Joseph P. SANDERSON, Nikolai M. LISSIN, Maria B. ASPARUHOVA, Gopal R. BOMMINENI, Daniel SCHÜMPERLI, Richard R. SCHMIDT, Peter M. VILLIGER, Bent K. JAKOBSEN, Stephan D. GADOLA, 2010. Innate-Like Control of Human iNKT Cell Autoreactivity via the Hypervariable CDR3β Loop. In: PLoS Biology. Public Library of Science (PLoS). 8(6), e1000402. ISSN 1544-9173. eISSN 1545-7885. Available under: doi: 10.1371/journal.pbio.1000402

@article{Matulis2010-06-22Innat-56533, title={Innate-Like Control of Human iNKT Cell Autoreactivity via the Hypervariable CDR3β Loop}, year={2010}, doi={10.1371/journal.pbio.1000402}, number={6}, volume={8}, issn={1544-9173}, journal={PLoS Biology}, author={Matulis, Gediminas and Sanderson, Joseph P. and Lissin, Nikolai M. and Asparuhova, Maria B. and Bommineni, Gopal R. and Schümperli, Daniel and Schmidt, Richard R. and Villiger, Peter M. and Jakobsen, Bent K. and Gadola, Stephan D.}, note={Article Number: e1000402} }

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