Mar 31, 2016

In Silico method for identification of MHC class I-like molecules in whole genomes

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Peter Reinink, Ildiko Van Rhijn

Abstract

Mining of genomic data is a valuable tool for the discovery of orthologous genes of close or distant relatives of humans and mice. Here we describe a standardized search method for the MHC class I-like molecules CD1 and MR1 and apply it to 18 mammalian genomes.

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Genome
Anti-EGFRvIII Immunotoxin MR1-1
Genomics
Genes, MHC Class I
Orthologous Gene
Histocompatibility Antigens Class I
Laboratory mice

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