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HLA-B51 transgenic mice as recipients for production of polymorphic HLA-A, B-specific antibodies

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Karaki, S., Kariyone, A., Kato, N. et al. HLA-B51 transgenic mice as recipients for production of polymorphic HLA-A, B-specific antibodies. Immunogenetics 37, 139–142 (1993). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00216838

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