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Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. August 27, 2013; 110 (35): 14342-7.

Nonclassical MHC class I-dependent invariant T cells are evolutionarily conserved and prominent from early development in amphibians.

Edholm ES , Albertorio Saez LM , Gill AL , Gill SR , Grayfer L , Haynes N , Myers JR , Robert J .


PubMed ID: 23940320
PMC ID: PMC3761575
Article link: Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A.
Grant support: R24-AI-059830 NIAID NIH HHS , R25-GM064133 NIGMS NIH HHS , R24 AI059830 NIAID NIH HHS , R25 GM064133 NIGMS NIH HHS

Genes referenced: cyp26a1 myh4 myh6 tnfrsf10b

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