Further reading

Agrawal A and Schatz DG (1997) RAG1 and RAG2 form a stable postcleavage synaptic complex with DNA containing signal ends in V(D)J recombination. Cell 89: 43-53.

Bogue M and Roth DB (1996) Mechanism of V(D)J recombination. Current Opinion in Immunology 8: 175-180.

Carayannopoulos L and Capra JD (1993) Structure and function of immunoglobulins. In: Paul WE (ed) Fundamental Immunology, 3rd edn, pp 283-314. New York: Raven Press.

Cook GP and Tomlinson IM (1995) The human immunoglobulin VH repertoire. Immunology Today 16: 237-242.

Honjo T and Alt FW (eds) (1995) Immunoglobulin Genes,

2nd edn. San Diego: Academic Press. Lewis SM and Wu GE (1997) The origins of V(D)J recombination. Cell 88: 159-162. Max EE (1993) Molecular genetics of immunoglobulins. In: Paul WE (ed) Fundamental Immunology, 3rd edn, pp 315-382. New York: Raven Press. Papavasiliou F, Casellas R, Suh H et al (1997) V(D)J recombination in mature B cells: a mechanism for altering antibody responses. Science 278: 298-301. Potter KN and Capra JD (1996) Immunoglobulin genes and proteins. In: Rich RR (ed) Clinical Immunology, Principles and Practice, pp 50-68. St. Louis: Mosby-Year Book.

Schwartz RS (1995) Molecular medicine: jumping genes and the immunoglobulin V gene system. New England Journal of Medicine 333: 42^44. Storb U (1996) The molecular basis of somatic hypermutation of immunoglobulin genes. Current Opinion in Immunology 8: 206-214. Tuaillon N and Capra JD (1995) V(D)J recombination, class-switching and somatic mutation in human immunoglobulin minilocus transgenic mice. In: Zanetti M and Capra JD (eds) The Antibodies, Vol 1, pp 1-39. Luxembourg: Harwood Academic. Tuaillon N, Tucker PW and Capra JD (1995) VHDJH recombination in a human immunoglobulin heavy chain transgenic minilocus. The Immunologist 3: 269-274.

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