Presentation of a horse cytochrome c peptide by multiple H‐2b class I major histocompatibility complex (MHC) molecules to C57BL/6‐ and bm1‐derived cytotoxic T lymphocytes: Presence of a single MHC anchor residue may confer efficient peptide‐specific CTL recognition

James M. Sheil, Todd D. Schell, Sara E. Shepherd, Gerald F. Klimo, John M. Kioschos, Yvonne Paterson

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