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1. DIRECT DEMONSTRATION THAT CYTOTOXIC T LYMPHOCYTES RECOGNIZE CONFORMATIONAL DETERMINANTS AND NOT PRIMARY AMINO ACID SEQUENCES*

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2. Three spontaneous H-2D b mutants are generated by genetic micro-recombination (gene conversion) events

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3. SOME BIOCHEMICAL PROPERTIES OF THYMUS LEUKEMIA ANTIGENS SOLUBILIZED FROM CELL MEMBRANES BY PAPAIN DIGESTION*

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4. Tissue-Expressed B7-H1 Critically Controls Intestinal Inflammation


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5. Mature T cell reactivity altered by a peptide agonist that induces positive selection

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6. Mature T cell reactivity altered by peptide agonist that induces positive selection

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7. Molecular recognition of human CD1b antigen complexes: evidence for a common pattern of interaction with �� TCRs

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8. COMPARISON OF SOLUBLE HUMAN AND MOUSE TRANSPLANTATION ANTIGENS*

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9. Cell Surface Antigen Induced by Friend Murine Leukemia Virus Is also in the Virion

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10. Comparison of the Peptide Composition of Two Histocompatibility-2 Alloantigens*

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