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1. Conditional Immortalization of Human B Cells by CD40 Ligation-1


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2. B cell cultures were established from 10 PBMC (left) or 2×10 PBMC (right)


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3. () Culture periods and minimal proliferation doubling levels of Epstein-Barr virus–free CD40-stimulated B cell lines that were cultured for more than 200 days


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4. () PCR was used to detect the EBV EBNA1 gene in CD40-stimulated B cells from eleven donors after various culture periods (the number of days is indicated in parentheses for each...


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5. () Telomeric terminal restriction fragment (TRF) length and telomerase activity in two long-term CD40 B lymphoblast lines, HXL7 and LXL5, over time


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6. Long-term CD40 B cells were treated with TLR9-agonistic oligonucleotides in the presence of CD40L-expressing or non-expressing fibroblast feeder cells


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7. (A) Frequency of antigen-specific CD8+ T cells in four T cell lines after 33 days of repeated stimulation with peptide-loaded autologous long-term CD40 B cells


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8. Conditional Immortalization of Human B Cells by CD40

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9. Dominance of an alternative CLIP sequence in the celiac disease associated HLA-DQ2 molecule


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10. BRIEF COMMUNICATION Dominance of an alternative CLIP sequence in the celiac disease associated HLA-DQ2 molecule

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