Further reading

Benjamin DC (1991) Molecular approaches to the study of B cell epitopes. International Review of Immunology 7: 149-164.

Germain RN (1994) MHC-dependent antigen processing and peptide presentation: providing ligands for T lymphocyte activation. Cell 76: 287-299. Hiemstra HS, Duinkerken G, Benckhuijsen WE et al (1997) The identification of CD4+ T cell epitopes with dedicated synthetic peptide libraries. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA 94: 10313-10318.

Livingstone AM and Fathman CG (1987) The structure of T-cell epitopes. Annual Review of Immunology 5: 477-501.

Lo Man R and Leclerc C (1997) Parameters affccting the immunogenicity of recombinant T cell epitopes inserted into hybrid proteins. Human Immunology 54: 180-188.

Madden DR (1995) The three-dimensional structure of peptide-MHC complexes. Annual Review of Immunology 13: 587-622. Rajnavolgyi E (1992) Synthetic peptides in the search for T and B cell epitopes. Immunology of Todax 13: A17-A19.

Rotzschke G and Falk K (1994) Origin, structure and motifs of naturally processed MHC class II ligands. Current Opinion in Immunology 6: 45-51. Vijayakrishnan L, Kumar V, Agrewala JN et al ( 1994) Antigen-specific early primary humoral responses modulate immunodominance of B cell epitopes. Journal of Immunology 153: 1613-1625.

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