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Differential ligand binding/trafficking for distinct CTLA-4 fates: is it an expandable mechanism?

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Kim, J.E., Kim, E. & Lee, J.W. Differential ligand binding/trafficking for distinct CTLA-4 fates: is it an expandable mechanism?. Cell Mol Immunol 20, 1–2 (2023).

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