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    1. Zeng, HK; Chattarji, S; Barbarosie, M; Rondi-Reig, L; Philpot, BD; Miyakawa, T; Bear, MF; Tonegawa, S
      Forebrain-specific calcineurin knockout selectively impairs bidirectional synaptic plasticity and working/episodic-like memory

      CELL
    2. Kang, HJ; Sun, LD; Atkins, CM; Soderling, TR; Wilson, MA; Tonegawa, S
      An important role of neural activity-dependent CaMKIV signaling in the consolidation of long-term memory

      CELL
    3. Rondi-Reig, L; Libbey, M; Eichenbaum, H; Tonegawa, S
      CA1-specific N-methyl-D-aspartate receptor knockout mice are deficient in solving a nonspatial transverse patterning task

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    4. Huerta, PT; Sun, LD; Wilson, MA; Tonegawa, S
      Formation of temporal memory requires NMDA receptors within CA1 pyramidal neurons

      NEURON
    5. Wang, YY; Xu, R; Sasaoka, T; Tonegawa, S; Kung, MP; Sankoorikal, EB
      Dopamine D2 long receptor-deficient mice display alterations in striatum-dependent functions

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    6. Iwasato, T; Datwani, A; Wolf, AM; Nishiyama, H; Taguchi, Y; Tonegawa, S; Knopfel, T; Erzurumlu, RS; Itohara, S
      Cortex-restricted disruption of NMDAR1 impairs neuronal patterns in the barrel cortex

      NATURE
    7. Fujihashi, K; Dohi, T; Kweon, MN; McGhee, JR; Koga, T; Cooper, MD; Tonegawa, S; Kiyono, H
      gamma delta T cells regulate mucosally induced tolerance in a dose-dependent fashion

      INTERNATIONAL IMMUNOLOGY
    8. Demas, GE; Kriegsfeld, LJ; Poss, KD; Tonegawa, S; Nelson, RJ
      Circadian locomotor rhythms in mice with targeted disruption of the gene for the carbon monoxide synthesizing enzyme, heme oxygenase-2

      BIOLOGICAL RHYTHM RESEARCH
    9. Xu, M; Koeltzow, TE; Cooper, DC; Tonegawa, S; White, FJ
      Dopamine D3 receptor mutant and wild-type mice exhibit identical responsesto putative D3 receptor-selective agonists and antagonists

      SYNAPSE
    10. Hanover, JL; Huang, ZJ; Tonegawa, S; Stryker, MP
      Brain-derived neurotrophic factor overexpression induces precocious critical period in mouse visual cortex

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    11. Berezovska, O; Frosch, M; McLean, P; Knowles, R; Koo, E; Kang, D; Shen, J; Lu, FM; Lux, SE; Tonegawa, S; Hyman, BT
      The Alzheimer-related gene presenilin 1 facilitates notch 1 in primary mammalian neurons

      MOLECULAR BRAIN RESEARCH
    12. Bowers, BJ; Owen, EH; Collins, AC; Abeliovich, A; Tonegawa, S; Wehner, JM
      Decreased ethanol sensitivity and tolerance development in gamma-protein kinase C null mutant mice is dependent on genetic background

      ALCOHOLISM-CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH
    13. Huang, ZJ; Kirkwood, A; Pizzorusso, T; Porciatti, V; Morales, B; Bear, MF; Maffei, L; Tonegawa, S
      BDNF regulates the maturation of inhibition and the critical period of plasticity in mouse visual cortex

      CELL
    14. Lanza, RP; Arrow, KJ; Axelrod, J; Baltimore, D; Benacerraf, B; Bloch, KE; Bloembergen, N; Brown, HC; Brown, MS; Cibelli, JB; Cohen, S; Cooper, LN; Corey, EJ; Dulbecco, R; Fischer, EH; Fitch, VL; Friedman, JI; Friedman, M; Furchgott, RF; Gell-Mann, M; Glaser, DA; Glashow, SL; Gilbert, W; Goldstein, JL; Gould, SJ; Guillemin, R; Hauptman, HK; Hauptman, HA; Herschbach, D; Hoffman, R; Hood, L; Hubel, DH; Karle, J; Klein, LR; Kohn, W; Kornberg, A; Krebs, EG; Lederman, LM; Lederberg, J; Lee, DM; Lucas, RE; Marcus, RA; Merrifield, RB; Miller, MH; Modigliani, F; Molina, MJ; Mullis, K; Murad, F; Murray, JE; Nathans, D; Nirenberg, MW; North, DC; Olah, GA; Palade, GE; Perl, MJ; Ramsey, NF; Richter, B; Roberts, RJ; Robl, JM; Samuelson, PA; Schwartz, M; Sharp, PA; Smalley, RE; Smith, HO; Solow, RM; Taube, H; Tonegawa, S; Watson, JD; Weinberg, S; Weller, TH; West, MD; Wieschaus, EF; Wiesel, TN; Wilson, RW
      Science over politics

      SCIENCE
    15. Levelt, CN; de Jong, YP; Mizoguchi, E; O'Farrelly, C; Bhan, AK; Tonegawa, S; Terhorst, C; Simpson, SJ
      High- and low-affinity single-pepeide/MHC ligands have distinct effects onthe development of mucosal CD8 alpha alpha and CD8 alpha beta T lymphocytes

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    16. Oliveira-dos-Santos, AJ; Ho, A; Tada, Y; Lafaille, JJ; Tonegawa, S; Mak, TW; Penninger, JM
      CD28 costimulation is crucial for the development of spontaneous autoimmune encephalomyelitis

      JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY
    17. CHEN DF; TONEGAWA S
      WHY DO MATURE CNS NEURONS OF MAMMALS FAIL TO REESTABLISH CONNECTIONS FOLLOWING INJURY - FUNCTIONS OF BCL-2

      Cell death and differentiation
    18. HINDS HL; TONEGAWA S; MALINOW R
      CA1 LONG-TERM POTENTIATION IS DIMINISHED BUT PRESENT IN HIPPOCAMPAL SLICES FROM ALPHA-CAMKII MUTANT MICE

      Learning & memory
    19. PIZZORUSSO T; PORCIATTI V; HUANG ZJ; TONEGAWA S; MAFFEI L
      THE VISUAL PHYSIOLOGY OF THE MOUSE DETERMINED WITH VEPS - A COMPARISON BETWEEN WILD-TYPE, BCL-2, BDNF AND NT-3 OVEREXPRESSING MICE

      European journal of neuroscience
    20. FUJIHASHI K; DOHI T; KWEON M; MCGHEE JR; COOPER MD; TONEGAWA S; KIYONO H
      GAMMA-DELTA T-CELLS ARE NOT ESSENTIAL FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF MUCOSALLY-INDUCED HIGH-DOSE TOLERANCE

      The FASEB journal
    21. KOELTZOW TE; XU M; COOPER DC; HU XT; TONEGAWA S; WOLF ME; WHITE FJ
      ALTERATIONS IN DOPAMINE RELEASE BUT NOT DOPAMINE AUTORECEPTOR FUNCTION IN DOPAMINE D-3 RECEPTOR MUTANT MICE

      The Journal of neuroscience
    22. DELANEY JR; SYKULEV Y; EISEN HN; TONEGAWA S
      DIFFERENCES IN THE LEVEL OF EXPRESSION OF CLASS-I MAJOR HISTOCOMPATIBILITY COMPLEX PROTEINS ON THYMIC EPITHELIAL AND DENDRITIC CELLS INFLUENCE THE DECISION OF IMMATURE THYMOCYTES BETWEEN POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE SELECTION

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    23. LEVELT CN; MIZOGUCHI E; HUANG X; ZACKS R; BHAN AK; TONEGAWA S
      INHIBITION OF INTRATHYMIC T-CELL DEVELOPMENT BY EXPRESSION OF A TRANSGENIC ANTAGONIST PEPTIDE

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    24. BURNETT AL; JOHNS DG; KRIEGSFELD LJ; KLEIN SL; CALVIN DC; DEMAS GE; SCHRAMM LP; TONEGAWA S; NELSON RJ; SNYDER SH; POSS KD
      EJACULATORY ABNORMALITIES IN MICE WITH TARGETED DISRUPTION OF THE GENE FOR THE CARBON-MONOXIDE SYNTHESIZING ENZYME HEME OXYGENASE-2

      The Journal of urology
    25. NEWELL KL; SHEN J; BEREZOVSKA O; CHRISTIE RH; TONEGAWA S; HYMAN BT
      NEUROPATHOLOGICAL STUDIES IN MICE HETEROZYGOUS FOR THE DISRUPTED PRESENILIN-1 GENE

      Journal of neuropathology and experimental neurology
    26. VANDEKEERE F; TONEGAWA S
      CD4(-CELLS PREVENT SPONTANEOUS EXPERIMENTAL AUTOIMMUNE ENCEPHALOMYELITIS IN ANTIMYELIN BASIC-PROTEIN T-CELL RECEPTOR TRANSGENIC MICE() T)

      The Journal of experimental medicine
    27. CHEN DF; TONEGAWA S
      THE TERMINAL DIFFERENTIATION OF NEURONS AND THEIR CAPACITY FOR AXON REGENERATION

      Experimental neurology
    28. ISHIKAWA K; POSS KD; NAVAB M; FOGELMAN AM; TONEGAWA S; LUSIS AJ
      VASCULITIS, ATHEROSCLEROSIS AND ALTERED HIGH-DENSITY-LIPOPROTEINS IN HEME OXYGENASE-1 KNOCKOUT MICE

      Circulation
    29. TONEGAWA S
      CONDITIONAL AND INDUCIBLE KNOCKOUT STRATEGIES

      Brain research
    30. BOWERS BJ; COLLINS AC; ABELIOVICH A; TONEGAWA S; WEHNER JM
      ANXIOUS BEHAVIORS ARE REDUCED IN GAMMA-PKC NULL MUTANT MICE

      Brain research
    31. IWASATO T; ERZURUMLU RS; HUERTA PT; CHEN DF; SASAOKA T; ULUPINAR E; TONEGAWA S
      NMDA RECEPTOR-DEPENDENT REFINEMENT OF SOMATOTOPIC MAPS

      Neuron
    32. XU M; KOELTZOW TE; SANTIAGO GT; MORATALLA R; COOPER DC; HU XT; WHITE NM; GRAYBIEL AM; WHITE FJ; TONEGAWA S
      DOPAMINE D3 RECEPTOR MUTANT MICE EXHIBIT INCREASED BEHAVIORAL SENSITIVITY TO CONCURRENT STIMULATION OF D1 AND D2 RECEPTORS

      Neuron
    33. KANO M; HASHIMOTO K; KURIHARA H; WATANABE M; INOUE Y; AIBA A; TONEGAWA S
      PERSISTENT MULTIPLE CLIMBING FIBER INNERVATION OF CEREBELLAR PURKINJE-CELLS IN MICE LACKING MGLUR1

      Neuron
    34. TONEGAWA S; MACHIDA T; SUZUKI W; KASHIMOTO H
      THE KA-BAND 150W HIGH-POWER HELIX TRAVELING-WAVE TUBE

      NEC research & development
    35. DAVE VP; CAO ZS; BROWNE C; ALARCON B; FERNANDEZMIGUEL G; LAFAILLE J; DELAHERA A; TONEGAWA S; KAPPES DJ
      CD3-DELTA DEFICIENCY ARRESTS DEVELOPMENT OF THE ALPHA-BETA BUT NOT THE GAMMA-DELTA T-CELL LINEAGE

      EMBO journal
    36. WILSON MA; TONEGAWA S
      SYNAPTIC PLASTICITY, PLACE CELLS AND SPATIAL MEMORY - STUDY WITH 2ND GENERATION KNOCKOUTS

      Trends in neurosciences
    37. CHEN C; TONEGAWA S
      MOLECULAR-GENETIC ANALYSIS OF SYNAPTIC PLASTICITY, ACTIVITY-DEPENDENTNEURAL DEVELOPMENT, LEARNING, AND MEMORY IN THE MAMMALIAN BRAIN

      Annual review of neuroscience
    38. SHEN J; BRONSON RT; CHEN DF; XIA WM; SELKOE DJ; TONEGAWA S
      SKELETAL AND CNS DEFECTS IN PRESENILIN-1-DEFICIENT MICE

      Cell
    39. MALMBERG AB; CHEN C; TONEGAWA S; BASBAUM AI
      PRESERVED ACUTE PAIN AND REDUCED NEUROPATHIC PAIN IN MICE LACKING PKC-GAMMA

      Science
    40. CHEN DF; SCHNEIDER GE; MARTINOU JC; TONEGAWA S
      BCL-2 PROMOTES REGENERATION OF SEVERED AXONS IN MAMMALIAN CNS

      Nature
    41. ZAKHARY R; POSS KD; JAFFREY SR; FERRIS CD; TONEGAWA S; SNYDER SH
      TARGETED GENE DELETION OF HEME OXYGENASE-2 REVEALS NEURAL ROLE FOR CARBON-MONOXIDE

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    42. POSS KD; TONEGAWA S
      HEME OXYGENASE-1 IS REQUIRED FOR MAMMALIAN IRON REUTILIZATION

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    43. POSS KD; TONEGAWA S
      REDUCED STRESS DEFENSE IN HEME OXYGENASE 1-DEFICIENT CELLS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    44. PEREIRA P; LAFAILLE JJ; GERBER D; TONEGAWA S
      THE T-CELL RECEPTOR REPERTOIRE OF INTESTINAL INTRAEPITHELIAL GAMMA-DELTA T-LYMPHOCYTES IS INFLUENCED BY GENES LINKED TO THE MAJOR HISTOCOMPATIBILITY COMPLEX AND TO THE T-CELL RECEPTOR LOCI

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    45. MARUSIC S; TONEGAWA S
      TOLERANCE INDUCTION AND AUTOIMMUNE ENCEPHALOMYELITIS AMELIORATION AFTER ADMINISTRATION OF MYELIN BASIC PROTEIN-DERIVED PEPTIDE

      The Journal of experimental medicine
    46. LAFAILLE JJ; VANDEKEERE F; HSU AL; BARON JL; HAAS W; RAINE CS; TONEGAWA S
      MYELIN BASIC PROTEIN-SPECIFIC T-HELPER-2 (TH2) CELLS CAUSE EXPERIMENTAL AUTOIMMUNE ENCEPHALOMYELITIS IN IMMUNODEFICIENT HOSTS RATHER THAN PROTECT THEM FROM THE DISEASE

      The Journal of experimental medicine
    47. GODA Y; STEVENS CF; TONEGAWA S
      PHORBOL ESTER EFFECT AT HIPPOCAMPAL SYNAPSES ACT INDEPENDENTLY OF THEGAMMA-ISOFORM OF PMC

      Learning & memory
    48. MIZOGUCHI A; MIZOGUCHI E; TONEGAWA S; BHAN AK
      ALTERATION OF A POLYCLONAL TO AN OLIGOCLONAL IMMUNE-RESPONSE TO CECALAEROBIC BACTERIAL-ANTIGENS IN TCR-ALPHA MUTANT MICE WITH INFLAMMATORYBOWEL-DISEASE

      International immunology
    49. PEREIRA P; GERBER D; REGNAULT A; HUANG SY; HERMITTE V; COUTINHO A; TONEGAWA S
      REARRANGEMENT AND EXPRESSION OF V(GAMMA)1, V(GAMMA)2 AND V(GAMMA)3 TCR GAMMA-GENES IN C57BL 6 MICE/

      International immunology
    50. FUJIHASHI K; MCGHEE JR; KWEON M; COOPER MD; TONEGAWA S; TAKAHASHI I; HIROI T; MESTECKY J; KIYONO H
      IMPAIRED MUCOSAL IGA RESPONSES IN TCR-DELTA(- -) MICE/

      The FASEB journal
    51. CHEN C; KIM JJ; THOMPSON RF; TONEGAWA S
      HIPPOCAMPAL-LESIONS IMPAIR CONTEXTUAL FEAR CONDITIONING IN 2 STRAINS OF MICE

      Behavioral neuroscience
    52. EBRALIDZE AK; ROSSI DJ; TONEGAWA S; SLATER NT
      MODIFICATION OF NMDA RECEPTOR CHANNELS AND SYNAPTIC TRANSMISSION BY TARGETED DISRUPTION OF THE NR2C GENE

      The Journal of neuroscience
    53. JI ZQ; EBRALIDZE A; TONEGAWA S; VOGEL MW
      SPINOCEREBELLAR MOSSY FIBER TERMINAL TOPOGRAPHY IN THE NR2C PKC-GAMMADOUBLE MUTANT CEREBELLUM/

      Developmental brain research
    54. TSIEN JZ; CHEN DF; GERBER D; TOM C; MERCER EH; ANDERSON DJ; MAYFORD M; KANDEL ER; TONEGAWA S
      SUBREGION-RESTRICTED AND CELL TYPE-RESTRICTED GENE KNOCKOUT IN MOUSE-BRAIN

      Cell
    55. TSIEN JZ; HUERTA PT; TONEGAWA S
      THE ESSENTIAL ROLE OF HIPPOCAMPAL CA1 NMDA RECEPTOR-DEPENDENT SYNAPTIC PLASTICITY IN SPATIAL MEMORY

      Cell
    56. MCHUGH TJ; BLUM KI; TSIEN JZ; TONEGAWA S; WILSON MA
      IMPAIRED HIPPOCAMPAL REPRESENTATION OF SPACE IN CA1-SPECIFIC NMDAR1 KNOCKOUT MICE

      Cell
    57. TONEGAWA S; TSIEN JZ; MCHUGH TJ; HUERTA P; BLUM KI; WILSON MA
      HIPPOCAMPAL CA1-REGION-RESTRICTED KNOCKOUT OF NMDAR1 GENE DISRUPTS SYNAPTIC PLASTICITY, PLACE FIELDS, AND SPATIAL-LEARNING

      Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology
    58. WU M; CHEN DF; SASAOKA T; TONEGAWA S
      NEURAL-TUBE DEFECTS AND ABNORMAL BRAIN-DEVELOPMENT IN F52-DEFICIENT MICE

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    59. GERBER DJ; PEREIRA P; HUANG SY; PELLETIER C; TONEGAWA S
      EXPRESSION OF ALPHA-V AND BETA-3 INTEGRIN CHAINS ON MURINE LYMPHOCYTES

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    60. MORATALLA R; XU M; TONEGAWA S; GRAYBIEL AM
      CELLULAR-RESPONSES TO PSYCHOMOTOR STIMULANT AND NEUROLEPTIC DRUGS AREABNORMAL IN MICE LACKING THE D1 DOPAMINE-RECEPTOR

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    61. JACOBS H; IACOMINI J; VANDEVEN M; TONEGAWA S; BERNS A
      DOMAINS OF THE TCR-BETA-CHAIN REQUIRED FOR EARLY THYMOCYTE DEVELOPMENT

      The Journal of experimental medicine
    62. FUJIHASHI K; MCGHEE JR; KWEON MN; COOPER MD; TONEGAWA S; TAKAHASHI I; HIROI T; MESTECKY J; KIYONO H
      GAMMA DELTA-T-CELL-DEFICIENT MICE HAVE IMPAIRED MUCOSAL IMMUNOGLOBULIN-A RESPONSES/

      The Journal of experimental medicine
    63. MIZOGUCHI A; MIZOGUCHI E; CHIBA C; SPIEKERMANN GM; TONEGAWA S; NAGLERANDERSON C; BHAN AK
      CYTOKINE IMBALANCE AND AUTOANTIBODY PRODUCTION IN T-CELL RECEPTOR-ALPHA MUTANT MICE WITH INFLAMMATORY BOWEL-DISEASE

      The Journal of experimental medicine
    64. LEVELT CN; MOMBAERTS P; WANG BP; KOHLER H; TONEGAWA S; EICHMANN K; TERHORST C
      REGULATION OF THYMOCYTE DEVELOPMENT THROUGH CD3 - FUNCTIONAL DISSOCIATION BETWEEN P56(LCK) AND CD3-ZETA IN EARLY THYMIC SELECTION

      Immunity
    65. LJUNGGREN HG; VANKAER L; SABATINE MS; AUCHINCLOSS H; TONEGAWA S; PLOEGH HL
      MHC CLASS-I EXPRESSION AND CD8(-CELL DEVELOPMENT IN TAP1() T)BETA(2)-MICROGLOBULIN DOUBLE MUTANT MICE/

      International immunology
    66. LANGHORNE J; MOMBAERTS P; TONEGAWA S
      ALPHA-BETA AND GAMMA-DELTA T-CELLS IN THE IMMUNE-RESPONSE TO THE ERYTHROCYTIC STAGES OF MALARIA IN MICE

      International immunology
    67. SASAOKA T; TONEGAWA S
      A MOLECULAR-GENETIC APPROACH TO THE PATHOGENESIS OF SCHIZOPHRENIA USING GENETICALLY-ENGINEERED MICE

      Schizophrenia research
    68. POSS KD; THOMAS MJ; EBRALIDZE AK; ODELL TJ; TONEGAWA S
      HIPPOCAMPAL LONG-TERM POTENTIATION IS NORMAL IN HEME OXYGENASE-2 MUTANT MICE

      Neuron
    69. KANO M; HASHIMOTO K; CHEN C; ABELIOVICH A; AIBA A; KURIHARA H; WATANABE M; INOUE Y; TONEGAWA S
      IMPAIRED SYNAPSE ELIMINATION DURING CEREBELLAR DEVELOPMENT IN PKC-GAMMA MUTANT MICE

      Cell
    70. CHEN C; KANO M; ABELIOVICH A; CHEN L; BAO SW; KIM JJ; HASHIMOTO K; THOMPSON RF; TONEGAWA S
      IMPAIRED MOTOR COORDINATION CORRELATES WITH PERSISTENT MULTIPLE CLIMBING FIBER INNERVATION IN PKC-GAMMA MUTANT MICE

      Cell
    71. HSIA AY; SALINI PA; CASTILLO PE; AIBA A; ABELIOVICH A; TONEGAWA S; NICOLL RA
      EVIDENCE AGAINST A ROLE FOR METABOTROPIC GLUTAMATE RECEPTORS IN MOSSYFIBER LTP - THE USE OF MUTANT MICE AND PHARMACOLOGICAL ANTAGONISTS

      Neuropharmacology
    72. HARRIS RA; MCQUILKIN SJ; PAYLOR R; ABELIOVICH A; TONEGAWA S; WEHNER JM
      MUTANT MICE LACKING THE GAMMA-ISOFORM OF PROTEIN-KINASE-C SHOW DECREASED BEHAVIORAL ACTIONS OF ETHANOL AND ALTERED FUNCTION OF GAMMA-AMINOBUTYRATE TYPE-A RECEPTORS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    73. MOMBAERTS P; TERHORST C; JACKS T; TONEGAWA S; SANCHO J
      CHARACTERIZATION OF IMMATURE THYMOCYTE LINES DERIVED FROM T-CELL RECEPTOR OR RECOMBINATION ACTIVATING GENE-1 AND P53 DOUBLE MUTANT MICE

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    74. BUTLER LS; SILVA AJ; ABELIOVICH A; WATANABE Y; TONEGAWA S; MCNAMARA JO
      LIMBIC EPILEPSY IN TRANSGENIC MICE CARRYING A CA2+ CALMODULIN-DEPENDENT KINASE-II ALPHA-SUBUNIT MUTATION/

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    75. KOMANO I; FUJIURA Y; KAWAGUCHI M; MATSUMOTO S; HASHIMOTO Y; OBANA S; MOMBAERTS P; TONEGAWA S; YAMAMOTO H; ITOHARA S; NANNO M; ISHIKAWA H
      HOMEOSTATIC REGULATION OF INTESTINAL EPITHELIA BY INTRAEPITHELIAL GAMMA-DELTA T-CELLS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    76. EICHELBERGER M; MCMICKLE A; BLACKMAN M; MOMBAERTS P; TONEGAWA S; DOHERTY PC
      FUNCTIONAL-ANALYSIS OF THE TCR-ALPHA(-)BETA(-INFECTED TCR-ALPHA(-() CELLS THAT ACCUMULATE IN THE PNEUMONIC LUNG OF INFLUENZA VIRUS)-) MICE/

      The Journal of immunology
    77. PEREIRA P; GERBER D; HUANG SY; TONEGAWA S
      ONTOGENIC DEVELOPMENT AND TISSUE DISTRIBUTION OF V-GAMMA-1-EXPRESSINGGAMMA DELTA T-LYMPHOCYTES IN NORMAL MICE/

      The Journal of experimental medicine
    78. HOMBACH J; PIRCHER H; TONEGAWA S; ZINKERNAGEL RM
      STRICTLY TRANSPORTER OF ANTIGEN PRESENTATION (TAP)-DEPENDENT PRESENTATION OF AN IMMUNODOMINANT CYTOTOXIC T-LYMPHOCYTE EPITOPE IN THE SIGNALSEQUENCE OF A VIRUS PROTEIN

      The Journal of experimental medicine
    79. VANSANTEN HM; WOOLSEY A; RICKARDT PGA; VANKAER L; BAAS EJ; BERNS A; TONEGAWA S; PLOEGH HL
      INCREASE IN POSITIVE SELECTION OF CD8(-CELLS IN TAP1-MUTANT MICE BY HUMAN BETA(2)-MICROGLOBULIN TRANSGENE() T)

      The Journal of experimental medicine
    80. BACHMANN MF; OXENIUS A; PIRCHER H; HENGARTNER H; ASHTONRICHARDT PA; TONEGAWA S; ZINKERNAGEL RM
      TAP1-INDEPENDENT LOADING OF CLASS-I MOLECULES BY EXOGENOUS VIRAL-PROTEINS

      European Journal of Immunology
    81. LADEL CH; HESS J; DAUGELAT S; MOMBAERTS P; TONEGAWA S; KAUFMANN SHE
      CONTRIBUTION OF ALPHA BETA AND GAMMA/DELTA T-LYMPHOCYTES TO IMMUNITY AGAINST MYCOBACTERIUM-BOVIS BACILLUS-CALMETTE-GUERIN - STUDIES WITH T-CELL RECEPTOR-DEFICIENT MUTANT MICE/

      European Journal of Immunology
    82. OXENIUS A; BACHMANN MF; ASHTONRICKARDT PG; TONEGAWA S; ZINKERNAGEL RM; HENGARTNER H
      PRESENTATION OF ENDOGENOUS VIRAL-PROTEINS IN ASSOCIATION WITH MAJOR HISTOCOMPATIBILITY COMPLEX CLASS-II - ON THE ROLE OF INTRACELLULAR COMPARTMENTALIZATION, INVARIANT CHAIN AND THE TAP TRANSPORTER SYSTEM

      European Journal of Immunology
    83. LJUNGGREN HG; VANKAER L; ASHTONRICKARDT PG; TONEGAWA S; PLOEGH HL
      DIFFERENTIAL REACTIVITY OF RESIDUAL CD8(-LYMPHOCYTES IN TAP1 AND BETA-2-MICROGLOBULIN MUTANT MICE() T)

      European Journal of Immunology
    84. BUTLER LS; SILVA AJ; WATANABE Y; TONEGAWA S; MCNAMARA JO
      LIMBIC EPILEPSY IN ALPHA-CALCIUM-CALMODULIN KINASE-II MUTANT MICE

      Epilepsia
    85. VANKAER L; ASHTONRICKARDT PG; EICHELBERGER M; GACZYNSKA M; NAGASHIMA K; ROCK KL; GOLDBERG AL; DOHERTY PC; TONEGAWA S
      ALTERED PEPTIDASE AND VIRAL-SPECIFIC T-CELL RESPONSE IN LMP2 MUTANT MICE

      Immunity
    86. MOMBAERTS P; ANDERSON SJ; PERLMUTTER RM; MAK TW; TONEGAWA S
      AN ACTIVATED LCK TRANSGENE PROMOTES THYMOCYTE DEVELOPMENT IN RAG-1 MUTANT MICE

      Immunity
    87. STEVENS CF; TONEGAWA S; WANG YY
      THE ROLE OF CALCIUM-CALMODULIN KINASE-II IN 3 FORMS OF SYNAPTIC PLASTICITY

      Current biology
    88. MOMBAERTS P; MIZOGUCHI E; LJUNGGREN HG; IACOMINI J; ISHIKAWA H; WANG L; GRUSBY MJ; GLIMCHER LH; WINN HJ; BHAN AK; TONEGAWA S
      PERIPHERAL LYMPHOID DEVELOPMENT AND FUNCTION IN TCR MUTANT MICE

      International immunology
    89. ALDRICH CJ; LJUNGGREN HG; VANKAER L; ASHTONRICKARDT PG; TONEGAWA S; FORMAN J
      POSITIVE SELECTION OF SELF-REACTIVE AND ALLOREACTIVE CD8-CELLS IN TAP-1 MUTANT MICE( T)

      The FASEB journal
    90. POON CS; LI Y; LI SX; TONEGAWA S
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