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A genome-to-genome analysis of associations between human genetic variation, HIV-1 sequence diversity, and viral control
A long N-terminal-extended nested set of abundant and antigenic major histocompatibility complex class I natural ligands from HIV envelope protein
A viral, transporter associated with antigen processing (TAP)-independent, high affinity ligand with alternative interactions endogenously presented by the nonclassical human leukocyte antigen E class I molecule
Allele-dependent processing pathways generate the endogenous human leukocyte antigen (HLA) class I peptide repertoire in transporters associated with antigen processing (TAP)-deficient cells
Computational characterization of the peptidome in transporter associated with antigen processing (TAP)-deficient cells
Exogenous, TAP-independent lysosomal presentation of a respiratory syncytial virus CTL epitope.
HIV envelope protein inhibits MHC class I presentation of a cytomegalovirus protective epitope.
Human respiratory syncytial virus infects and induces activation markers in mouse B lymphocytes.
Multiple proteases process viral antigens for presentation by MHC class I molecules to CD8(+) T lymphocytes.
Multiple viral ligands naturally presented by different class I molecules in transporter antigen processing-deficient vaccinia virus-infected cells
Need for tripeptidyl-peptidase II in major histocompatibility complex class I viral antigen processing when proteasomes are detrimental
Selective involvement of proteasomes and cysteine proteases in MHC class I antigen presentation.
Sequential cleavage by metallopeptidases and proteasomes is involved in processing HIV-1 ENV epitope for endogenous MHC class I antigen presentation.
The viral transcription group determines the HLA class I cellular immune response against human respiratory syncytial virus
Unusual viral ligand with alternative interactions is presented by HLA-Cw4 in human respiratory syncytial virus-infected cells.
Vaccination and the TAP-independent antigen processing pathways.