Antigen Endogenous Antigens
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- Exogenous Peptides Compete for the Presentation of Endogenous
- Endogenous Antigens to Major Histocompatibifity. Complex that endogenous cellular antigens can be efficiently presented to class II-restricted T cells.
- Inhibition of invariant chain expression in dendritic cells presenting
- sion represents a simple and general method to enhance the stimulation of. CD4+ T-cell responses from endogenous antigens. (Blood.
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- Antigen Presentation
- Exogenous antigens (inhaled, ingested, or injected) are taken up by antigen- presenting cells (APCs).
- RESPONSE TO ANTIGEN: PROCESSING AND PRESENTATION
- Jul 12, 2010 To describe the pathways involved in processing endogenous and exogenous antigens.
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