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1. Differential requirement for Rel/nuclear factor �B family members in natural killer T cell development

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2. Quantitative Dissection and Modeling of the NF-B p100-p105 Module Reveals Interdependent Precursor Proteolysis


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3. Weih F: Differential requirement for Rel/nuclear factor kappa B family members in natural killer T cell development

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4. RelB-Dependent Stromal Cells Promote T-Cell

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6. p50-NF-kappaB complexes partially compensate for the absence of RelB: severely increased pathology in p50(�/�)relB(�/�) double-knockout mice

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7. The Journal of Experimental Medicine CORRESPONDENCE

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8. RelB is required for Peyer’s patch development: differential regulation of p52–RelB by lymphotoxin and TNF

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http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/12505990  
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9. Role of nuclear factor kappa B in central nervous system regeneration

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10. A novel and rapid method to generate single stranded DNA probes for genomic footprinting


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