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HLA Class I Polymorphism and Tapasin Dependency

By Soumya Badrinath, Trevor Huyton, Rainer Blasczyk and Christina Bade-Doeding

Submitted: September 13th 2013Reviewed: December 6th 2013Published: March 19th 2014

DOI: 10.5772/57495

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