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1 αB-Crystallin-reactive T cells from knockout mice are not encephalitogenic
article 2006    
Author: Wang, C. · Chou, Y.K. · Rich, C.M. · Link, J.M. · Afentoulis, M.E. · Noort, J.M. van · Wawrousek, E.F. · Offner, H. · Bark, A.A. van den
Keywords: EAE/MS · Knockout mice · T cells · Tolerance · Alpha B crystallin · Amino acid derivative · Crystallin · Cytokine · Encephalitogenic protein · Heat shock protein · Methionylglutamylvalylglycyltryptophyltyrosylarginylserylprolyl Phenylalanylserylarginylvalylvalylhistidylleucyltyrosylarginylasparaginylglycyl lysine · Unclassified drug · Alpha crystallin · Glycoprotein · Myelin oligodendrocyte glycoprotein (35 55) · Peptide fragment · Allergic encephalomyelitis · Animal cell · Animal experiment · Animal model · Animal tissue · CD4+ T lymphocyte · Cell line · Cell proliferation · Central nervous system · Controlled study · Cytokine release · Disease severity · Immunization · Immunocompetence · Immunological tolerance · Mouse · Multiple sclerosis · Nonhuman · Nucleotide sequence · Protein expression · Protein function · Th1 cell · Genetics · Lmmunology · Lymph node · Molecular genetics · Mouse mutant · Physiology · Reverse transcription polymerase chain reaction · Alpha-Crystallin B Chain · Amino Acid Sequence · Animals · Encephalomyelitis, Autoimmune, Experimental · Glycoproteins · Lymph Nodes · Lymphocyte Activation · Mice · Mice, Knockout · Molecular Sequence Data · Peptide Fragments · Reverse Transcriptase Polymerase Chain Reaction · Spleen · T-Lymphocytes
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