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    1. Buseyne, F; Riviere, Y
      The flexibility of the TCR allows recognition of a large set of naturally occurring epitope variants by HIV-specific cytotoxic T lymphocytes

      INTERNATIONAL IMMUNOLOGY
    2. Wilson, CC; Palmer, B; Southwood, S; Sidney, J; Higashimoto, Y; Appella, E; Chesnut, R; Sette, A; Livingston, BD
      Identification and antigenicity of broadly cross-reactive and conserved human immunodeficiency virus type 1-derived helper T-lymphocyte epitopes

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    3. Kumar, A; Kumar, S; Le, TP; Southwood, S; Sidney, J; Cohen, J; Sette, A; Hoffman, SL
      HLA-A*01-restricted cytotoxic T-lymphocyte epitope from the Plasmodium falciparum circumsporozoite protein

      INFECTION AND IMMUNITY
    4. Kuzushima, K; Hayashi, N; Kimura, H; Tsurumi, T
      Efficient identification of HLA-A*2402-restricted cytomegalovirus-specificCD8(+) T-cell epitopes by a computer algorithm and an enzyme-linked immunospot assay

      BLOOD
    5. Hickman, HD; Cavett, JW; Ellexson-Turner, ME; Sparkman, JN; Bennett, TT; Turner, S; Sidebottom, DA; Trachtenberg, EA; Confer, DL; Hildebrand, WH
      Non-conservative substitutions distinguish previously uncharacterized HLA-A molecules

      TISSUE ANTIGENS
    6. Kim, JH; Park, JH; Lee, YJ; Cho, EW; Bae, YS; Kim, KL
      In vitro binding analysis of hepatitis B virus preS-derived putative helper T-cell epitopes to MHC class II molecules using stable HLA-DRB1*0405/-DRA*0101 transfected cells

      IUBMB LIFE
    7. Nakao, M; Shichijo, S; Imaizumi, T; Inoue, Y; Matsunaga, K; Yamada, A; Kikuchi, M; Tsuda, N; Ohta, K; Takamori, S; Yamana, H; Fujita, H; Itoh, K
      Identification of a gene coding for a new squamous cell carcinoma antigen recognized by the CTL

      JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY
    8. Yague, J; Ramos, M; Ogueta, S; Vazquez, J; de Castro, JAL
      Peptide specificity of the Amerindian B*3905 allotype: molecular insight into selection mechanisms driving HLA class I evolution in indigenous populations of the Americas

      TISSUE ANTIGENS
    9. Stevanovic, S; Schild, H
      Quantitative aspects of T cell activation - peptide generation and editingby MHC class I molecule

      SEMINARS IN IMMUNOLOGY
    10. Oriol, R; Mollicone, R; Cailleau, A; Balanzino, L; Breton, C
      Divergent evolution of fucosyltransferase genes from vertebrates, invertebrates, and bacteria

      GLYCOBIOLOGY
    11. Tang, JM; Costello, C; Keet, IPM; Rivers, C; LeBlanc, S; Karita, E; Allen, S; Kaslow, RA
      HLA class I homozygosity accelerates disease progression in human immunodeficiency virus type I infection

      AIDS RESEARCH AND HUMAN RETROVIRUSES
    12. Zatechka, DS; Hegde, NR; Hariharan, K; Srikumaran, S
      Identification of murine cytotoxic T-lymphocyte epitopes of bovine herpesvirus 1

      VACCINE
    13. Tomiyama, H; Sakaguchi, T; Miwa, K; Oka, S; Iwamoto, A; Kaneko, Y; Takiguchi, M
      Identification of multiple HIV-1 CTL epitopes presented by HLA-B*5101 molecules

      HUMAN IMMUNOLOGY
    14. Calcutt, MJ; Kim, MF; Karpas, AB; Muhlradt, PF; Wise, KS
      Differential posttranslational processing confers intraspecies variation of a major surface lipoprotein and a macrophage-activating lipopeptide of Mycoplasma fermentans

      INFECTION AND IMMUNITY
    15. Yague, J; Ramos, M; Vazquez, J; Marina, A; Albar, JP; de Castro, JAL
      The South Amerindian allotype HLA-B*3909 has the largest known similarity in peptide specificity and common natural ligands with HLA-B27

      TISSUE ANTIGENS
    16. Kmieciak, D; Bednarek, I; Takiguchi, M; Wasik, TJ; Bratosiewicz, J; Wierzbicki, A; Teppler, H; Pientka, J; Hsu, SH; Kaneko, Y; Kozbor, D
      The effect of epitope variation on the profile of cytotoxic T lymphocyte responses to the HIV envelope glycoprotein

      INTERNATIONAL IMMUNOLOGY
    17. JAKOBSEN IB; GAO X; EASTEAL S; CHELVANAYAGAM G
      CORRELATING SEQUENCE VARIATION WITH HLA-A ALLELIC FAMILIES - IMPLICATIONS FOR T-CELL RECEPTOR-BINDING SPECIFICITIES

      Immunology and cell biology
    18. Tieng, V; Charron, D; Toubert, A
      HLA-B27 subtypes and spondyloarthropathies.

      PATHOLOGIE BIOLOGIE
    19. BERNARD NF; PEDERSON K; CHUNG F; OUELLET L; WAINBERG MA; TSOUKAS CM
      HIV-SPECIFIC CYTOTOXIC T-LYMPHOCYTE ACTIVITY IN IMMUNOLOGICALLY NORMAL HIV-INFECTED PERSONS

      AIDS
    20. DEPOUPLANA LR; BUECHTER D; SARDESAI NY; SCHIMMEL P
      FUNCTIONAL-ANALYSIS OF PEPTIDE MOTIF FOR RNA MICROHELIX BINDING SUGGESTS NEW FAMILY OF RNA-BINDING DOMAINS

      EMBO journal (Print)
    21. Nishimura, Y; Kanai, T; Oiso, M; Tabata, H; Ito, H; Kira, J; Chen, YZ; Matsushita, S
      Molecular analyses of HLA class II-associated susceptibility to subtypes of autoimmune diseases unique to Asians

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CARDIOLOGY
    22. CANO P; BO F; STASS S
      A GEOMETRIC STUDY OF THE AMINO-ACID-SEQUENCE OF CLASS-I HLA MOLECULES

      Immunogenetics (New York)
    23. MURRAY BW; WHITE BN
      SEQUENCE VARIATION AT THE MAJOR HISTOCOMPATIBILITY COMPLEX DRB LOCI IN BELUGA (DELPHINAPTERUS-LEUCAS) AND NARWHAL (MONODON-MONOCEROS)

      Immunogenetics (New York)
    24. KOBAYASHI H; KOKUBO T; TAKAHASHI M; SATO K; MIYOKAWA N; KIMURA S; KINOUCHI R; KATAGIRI M
      TYROSINASE EPITOPE RECOGNIZED BY AN HLA-DR-RESTRICTED T-CELL LINE FROM A VOGT-KOYANAGI-HARADA DISEASE PATIENT

      Immunogenetics
    25. OISO M; MATSUSHITA S; NISHI T; ISHIKAWA T; NAKANO N; YOSHIDA K; KIKUTANI H; NISHIMURA Y
      DIFFERENTIAL BINDING OF PEPTIDES SUBSTITUTED AT A PUTATIVE C-TERMINALANCHOR RESIDUE TO I-AG-7-BETA(56)HIS-BETA(57)SER AND I-AG-7-BETA(56)PRO-BETA(57)ASP

      Immunogenetics
    26. PEPPERL S; BENNINGERDORING G; MODROW S; WOLF H; JILG W
      IMMEDIATE-EARLY TRANSACTIVATOR RTA OF EPSTEIN-BARR-VIRUS (EBV) SHOWS MULTIPLE EPITOPES RECOGNIZED BY EBV-SPECIFIC CYTOTOXIC T-LYMPHOCYTES

      Journal of virology (Print)
    27. NIEDA M; NICOL A; KIKUCHI A; KASHIWASE K; TAYLOR K; SUZUKI K; TADOKORO K; JUJI T
      DENDRITIC CELLS STIMULATE THE EXPANSION OF BCR-ABL SPECIFIC CD8(-CELLS WITH CYTOTOXIC ACTIVITY AGAINST LEUKEMIC-CELLS FROM PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC MYELOID-LEUKEMIA() T)

      Blood
    28. Yague, J; Vazquez, J; de Castro, JAL
      A single amino acid change makes the peptide specificity of B*3910 unrelated to B*3901 and closer to a group of HLA-B proteins including the malaria-protecting allotype HLA-B53

      TISSUE ANTIGENS
    29. IKEDA H; LETHE B; LEHMANN F; VANBAREN N; BAURAIN JF; DESMET C; CHAMBOST H; VITALE M; MORETTA A; BOON T; COULIE PG
      CHARACTERIZATION OF AN ANTIGEN THAT IS RECOGNIZED ON A MELANOMA SHOWING PARTIAL HLA LOSS BY CTL EXPRESSING AN NK INHIBITORY RECEPTOR

      Immunity
    30. HEGDE NR; SRIKUMARAN S
      THE USE OF BOVINE MHC CLASS-I ALLELE-SPECIFIC PEPTIDE MOTIFS AND PROTEOLYTIC CLEAVAGE SPECIFICITIES FOR THE PREDICTION OF POTENTIAL CYTOTOXIC T-LYMPHOCYTE EPITOPES OF BOVINE VIRAL DIARRHEA VIRUS

      Virus genes
    31. GOULDER PJR; EDWARDS A; PHILLIPS RE; MCMICHAEL AJ
      IDENTIFICATION OF A NOVEL HLA-A24-RESTRICTED CYTOTOXIC T-LYMPHOCYTE EPITOPE WITHIN HIV-1 NEF

      AIDS
    32. MATSUSHITA S; FUJISAO S; NISHIMURA Y
      THE N-TERMINAL-6 RESIDUES OF PEPTIDE CORE SEQUENCES SUFFICE FOR BINDING TO HLA-DR4 (DRB1-ASTERISK-0405) AND DR9 (DRB1-ASTERISK-0901) MOLECULES

      Immunology letters
    33. SIPSAS NV; KALAMS SA; TROCHA A; HE SQ; BLATTNER WA; WALKER BD; JOHNSON RP
      IDENTIFICATION OF TYPE-SPECIFIC CYTOTOXIC T-LYMPHOCYTE RESPONSES TO HOMOLOGOUS VIRAL-PROTEINS IN LABORATORY WORKERS ACCIDENTALLY INFECTED WITH HIV-1

      The Journal of clinical investigation
    34. UNDLIEN DE; FRIEDE T; RAMMENSEE HG; JONER G; DAHLJORGENSEN K; SOVIK O; AKSELSEN HE; KNUTSEN I; RONNINGEN KS; THORSBY E
      HLA-ENCODED GENETIC PREDISPOSITION IN IDDM - DR4 SUBTYPES MAY BE ASSOCIATED WITH DIFFERENT DEGREES OF PROTECTION

      Diabetes
    35. VALMORI D; LIENARD D; WAANDERS G; RIMOLDI D; CEROTTINI JC; ROMERO P
      ANALYSIS OF MAGE-3-SPECIFIC CYTOLYTIC T-LYMPHOCYTES IN HUMAN-LEUKOCYTE ANTIGEN-A2 MELANOMA PATIENTS

      Cancer research
    36. PARHAM P; ARNETT KL; ADAMS EJ; LITTLE AM; TEES K; BARBER LD; MARSH SGE; OHTA T; MARKOW T; PETZLERLER ML
      EPISODIC EVOLUTION AND TURNOVER OF HLA-B IN THE INDIGENOUS HUMAN-POPULATIONS OF THE AMERICA

      Tissue antigens
    37. GARCIA F; MARINA A; DECASTRO JAL
      LACK OF CARBOXYL-TERMINAL TYROSINE DISTINGUISHES THE B-ASTERISK-2706-BOUND PEPTIDE REPERTOIRE FROM THOSE OF B-ASTERISK-2704 AND OTHER HLA-B27 SUBTYPES ASSOCIATED WITH ANKYLOSING-SPONDYLITIS

      Tissue antigens
    38. MIZUKI N; OHNO S
      IMMUNOGENETIC STUDIES OF BEHCETS-DISEASE

      Revue du rhumatisme
    39. MATSUSHITA S; NISHI T; OISO M; YAMAOKA K; YONE K; KANAI T; NISHIMURA Y
      HLA-DQ-BINDING PEPTIDE MOTIFS .1. COMPARATIVE BINDING ANALYSIS OF TYPE-II COLLAGEN-DERIVED PEPTIDES TO DR AND DQ MOLECULES OF RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS-SUSCEPTIBLE AND NON-SUSCEPTIBLE HAPLOTYPES

      International immunology
    40. DAUBENBERGER C; LANG B; NICKEL B; WILLCOX N; MELCHERS I
      ANTIGEN-PROCESSING AND PRESENTATION BY A MOUSE MACROPHAGE-LIKE CELL-LINE EXPRESSING HUMAN HLA CLASS-II MOLECULES

      International immunology
    41. REIZIS B; MOR F; EISENSTEIN M; SCHILD H; STEFANOVIC S; RAMMENSEE HG; COHEN IR
      THE PEPTIDE BINDING-SPECIFICITY OF THE MHC CLASS-II I-A MOLECULE OF THE LEWIS RAT, RT1.B

      International immunology
    42. HEGDE NR; SRIKUMARAN S
      PREDICTION OF POTENTIAL CYTOTOXIC T-LYMPHOCYTE EPITOPES OF BOVINE HERPESVIRUS-1 BASED ON ALLELE-SPECIFIC PEPTIDE MOTIFS AND PROTEOLYTIC CLEAVAGE SPECIFICITIES

      Virus genes
    43. LECHMANN M; IHLENFELDT HG; BRAUNSCHWEIGER I; GIERS G; JUNG G; MATZ B; KAISER R; SAUERBRUCH T; SPENGLER U
      T-CELL AND B-CELL RESPONSES TO DIFFERENT HEPATITIS-C VIRUS-ANTIGENS IN PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC HEPATITIS-C INFECTION AND IN HEALTHY ANTI-HEPATITIS-C VIRUS POSITIVE BLOOD-DONORS WITHOUT VIREMIA

      Hepatology
    44. SHIGA H; SHIODA T; TOMIYAMA H; TAKAMIYA Y; OKA S; KIMURA S; YAMAGUCHI Y; GOJOUBORI T; RAMMENSEE HG; MIWA K; TAKIGUCHI M
      IDENTIFICATION OF MULTIPLE HIV-1 CYTOTOXIC T-CELL EPITOPES PRESENTED BY HUMAN-LEUKOCYTE ANTIGEN B35 MOLECULES

      AIDS
    45. DOOLAN DL; WIZEL B; HOFFMAN SL
      CLASS-I HLA-RESTRICTED CYTOTOXIC T-LYMPHOCYTE RESPONSES AGAINST MALARIA - ELUCIDATION ON THE BASIS OF HLA PEPTIDE BINDING MOTIFS

      Immunologic research
    46. KIMURA A; KITAMURA H; DATE Y; NUMANO F
      COMPREHENSIVE ANALYSIS OF HLA GENES IN TAKAYASU ARTERITIS IN JAPAN

      International journal of cardiology
    47. KIMURA A; KITAMURA H; DATE Y; NUMANO F
      COMPREHENSIVE ANALYSIS OF HLA GENES IN TAKAYASU-ARTERITIS IN JAPAN

      International journal of cardiology
    48. GADDUM RM; ELLIS SA; WILLIS AC; COOK RS; STAINES KA; THOMAS LH; TAYLOR G
      IDENTIFICATION OF POTENTIAL CTL EPITOPES OF BOVINE RSV USING ALLELE-SPECIFIC PEPTIDE MOTIFS FROM BOVINE MHC CLASS-I MOLECULES

      Veterinary immunology and immunopathology
    49. SIGAL LJ; WYLIE DE
      ROLE OF NON-ANCHOR RESIDUES OF D-B-RESTRICTED PEPTIDES IN CLASS-I BINDING AND TCR TRIGGERING

      Molecular immunology
    50. SKIPPER JCA; KITTLESEN DJ; HENDRICKSON RC; DEACON DD; HARTHUN NL; WAGNER SN; HUNT DF; ENGELHARD VH; SLINGLUFF CL
      SHAVED EPITOPES FOR HLA-A3-RESTRICTED MELANOMA-REACTIVE HUMAN CTL INCLUDE A NATURALLY PROCESSED EPITOPE FROM PMEL-17 GP100/

      The Journal of immunology
    51. GOULMY E; POOL J; VANDENELSEN PJ
      INTERINDIVIDUAL CONSERVATION OF T-CELL RECEPTOR-BETA CHAIN VARIABLE REGIONS BY MINOR HISTOCOMPATIBILITY ANTIGEN-SPECIFIC HLA-A-ASTERISK-0201-RESTRICTED CYTOTOXIC T-CELL CLONES

      Blood
    52. TAKAMIYA Y; SCHONBACH C; NOKIHARA K; YAMAGUCHI M; FERRONE S; KANO K; EGAWA K; TAKIGUCHI M
      HLA-B-ASTERISK-3501 - PEPTIDE INTERACTIONS - ROLE OF ANCHOR RESIDUES OF PEPTIDES IN THEIR BINDING TO HLA-B-ASTERISK-3501 MOLECULES

      International immunology


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