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Diversity of Major Histocompatibility Complex – Antigen Processing and Presentation

by Peter Delves, PhD
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    The lecture Diversity of Major Histocompatibility Complex – Antigen Processing and Presentation by Peter Delves, PhD is from the course Adaptive Immune System.


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    1. HLA-C β chain
    2. HLA-A α chain
    3. HLA-DR β chain
    4. HLA-DQ α chain
    5. HLA-B α chain
    1. Increases diversity
    2. Creates possible cross reactivity
    3. Is always redundant to protect against genetic defects
    4. Leads to one HLA type from one parent on each gene locus
    5. Results in expression of H-2 molecules
    1. Sequence does not vary between individuals
    2. Is likely to show heterozygous variants
    3. Is the most polymorphic region within the MHC gene locus
    4. Is inherited from the mother only
    5. Does not encode for a functional protein

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     Peter Delves, PhD

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    TOO MUCH DETAILS!
    By Jake Bryan C. on 17. January 2017 for Diversity of Major Histocompatibility Complex – Antigen Processing and Presentation

    Too many numbers and letters with no direct clinical correlation Too many details with no explicitly stated relevance Topics too segmented and poorly arranged I am lost...