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Yueh-hsiu Chien

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  • T-CELL RECEPTOR DELTA-GENE REARRANGEMENTS IN EARLY THYMOCYTES NATURE Chien, Y. H., Iwashima, M., Wettstein, D. A., Kaplan, K. B., ELLIOTT, J. F., Born, W., DAVIS, M. M. 1987; 330 (6150): 722-727

    Abstract:

    The T-cell receptor delta-chain variable region can be assembled from as many as four distinct gene segments, V, D1, D2 and J, more than any other antigen-receptor gene. In fetal thymocytes V----D joinings are as common as D----J or VDJ rearrangements and one V gene segment predominates. Analysis of rearrangements at TCR gamma and delta loci during fetal ontogeny suggests abrupt changes and possible coordinate control in the rearrangement and expression of these loci.

    View details for Web of Science ID A1987L431600058

    View details for PubMedID 2961997

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