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1. IV. QUANTITATIVE STUDIES ON T CELL DIVERSITY Mathematical analysis of multiple limiting populations of effector and suppressor

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2. QUANTITATIVE STUDIES ON T CELL DIVERSITY I. Determination of the Precursor Frequencies for Two Types of Streptococcus A-specific Helper Cells in

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3. Isolated hapten-binding receptors of sensitized lymphocytes. II. Receptors from nylon wool-enriched rabbit T lymphocytes lack serological determinants of immunoglobulin constant...

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4. The registry of the German Network for Systemic Scleroderma:

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5. Genotype-dependent NOS-3 expression and rheumatoid arthritis

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6. Genotype-dependent NOS-3 expression and rheumatoid arthritis

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7. Family collections for the analysis of common autoimmune disease genes in systemic rheumatic and inflammatory diseases

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8. Reduced expression of the complement receptor type 2 (CR2, CD21) by synovial fluid B and T lymphocytes

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9. Human B and T lymphocytes have similar amounts of CD21 mRNA, but differ in surface expression of the CD21 glycoprotein


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10. The exchange of one single amino acid at position 71 of the DR4 beta-chain leads to significant differences in antigen processing and presentation of a human autoantigen...

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