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V genes in primates from whole genome shotgun data

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Jul 8, 2014

David N Olivieri, Francisco Gambón-Deza

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The adaptive immune system uses V genes for antigen recognition. The evolutionary diversification and selection processes within and across species and orders are poorly understood. Here, we studied the amino acid (AA) sequences obtained of translated in-frame V exons of immunoglobulins...read more

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Immune System
Comparative Analysis
Species
Immunoglobulin G
Recognition (Psychology)
Genome
Adaptation
Biochemical Pathway
Genetic Loci
T-Lymphocyte
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  • V genes in primates from whole genome shotgun data

    bioRxiv

    Jul 8, 2014

    David N Olivieri, Francisco Gambón-Deza

    PMID: 990006924

    DOI: 10.1101/006924

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    The adaptive immune system uses V genes for antigen recognition. The evolutionary diversification and selection processes within and across species and orders are poorly understood. Here, we studied the amino acid (AA) sequences obtained of translated in-frame V exons of immunoglobulins...read more

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    Immune System
    Comparative Analysis
    Species
    Immunoglobulin G
    Recognition (Psychology)
    7
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