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The patterns of T-cell target recognition

Nature volume 547, pages 3638 (06 July 2017) | Download Citation

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The binding of T-cell receptors to peptide molecules not normally present in the body can trigger an immune response. Predicting which peptide a T-cell receptor will bind to — a difficult feat — has now been achieved. See Letters p.89 & p.94

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  1. Sai T. Reddy is in the Department of Biosystems Science and Engineering, ETH Zürich, Basel 4058, Switzerland.

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