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V genes in primates from whole genome shotgun data

bioRxiv

Jul 8, 2014

D N Olivieri, F 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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Immunoglobulin Measurement
Immunoglobulin G
Immune System
Immunoglobulins
Biochemical Pathway
Species
Locus
Antigens
Primates
T-Cell Receptor
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V genes in primates from whole genome shotgun data

bioRxiv

Jul 8, 2014

D N Olivieri, F Gambón-Deza

PMID: 990006924

DOI: 10.1101/006924

Abstract

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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Immunoglobulin Measurement
Immunoglobulin G
Immune System
Immunoglobulins
Biochemical Pathway
Species
Locus
Antigens
Primates
T-Cell Receptor
7
Paper Details
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