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Concept Receptors, Antigen, B-Cell
Concept Receptors, Antigen, T-Cell, alpha-beta
Concept Receptors, Antigen, T-Cell
Academic Article Receptor editing: an approach by autoreactive B cells to escape tolerance.
Academic Article A Shannon entropy analysis of immunoglobulin and T cell receptor.
Academic Article Revising B cell receptors.
Academic Article Autoreactive B cells in the marginal zone that express dual receptors.
Academic Article Dynamical analysis of a degenerate primary and secondary humoral immune response.
Academic Article Control of genotypic allelic inclusion through TCR surface expression.
Academic Article In-silico cell surface modeling reveals mechanism for initial steps of B-cell receptor signal transduction.
Academic Article Consequences of receptor editing at the lambda locus: multireactivity and light chain secretion.
Academic Article Alternative mechanisms of receptor editing in autoreactive B cells.
Academic Article Recombination between an expressed immunoglobulin heavy-chain gene and a germline variable gene segment in a Ly 1+ B-cell lymphoma.
Academic Article Deletion and editing of B cells that express antibodies to DNA.
Academic Article Receptor editing: an approach by autoreactive B cells to escape tolerance. The Journal of Experimental Medicine. 1993. 177: 999-1008.
Academic Article B cell receptor light chain repertoires show signs of selection with differences between groups of healthy individuals and SLE patients.
Academic Article Editing and escape from editing in anti-DNA B cells.
Academic Article B lymphocytes may escape tolerance by revising their antigen receptors.

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