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Structure of Major Histocompatibility Complex – Antigen Processing and Presentation

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


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    1. The α3 domain
    2. The α1 domain
    3. The α2 domain
    4. The β1 domain
    5. The β2 domain
    1. β2-microglobulin
    2. α1 domain
    3. α2 domain
    4. α chain
    5. α chain transmembrane sequence
    1. 8-9
    2. 15
    3. 200
    4. 4
    5. >3000
    1. Must have amino acids that match an HLA type in order to bind, but the remaining amino acids can vary
    2. Dictate the sequence of the peptide that will bind to an HLA type
    3. Are the only factor that determine whether a peptide will bind to either an MHC Class I or an MHC Class II receptor
    4. Ensure that a peptide will attach to β2-microglobulin in order to be recognized by the immune system
    5. Are attached by MHC Class I molecules during the antigen recognition process

    Author of lecture Structure of Major Histocompatibility Complex – Antigen Processing and Presentation

     Peter Delves, PhD

    Peter Delves, PhD


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