Further reading

Bontrop RE, Otting N, Slierendregt BL and Lanchbury JS (1995) Evolution of major histocompatibility complex polymorphisms and T-cell receptor diversity in primates. Immunological Reviews 143: 33-62.

Fleagle JG (1988) Primate Adaptation and Evolution. Boston: Academic Press.

Letvin NL (1992) Animal models for the study of human immunodeficiency virus infections. Current Opinion in Immunology 4: 481-485.

Neubert R, Foerster M, Nogueira AC and Helge H (1995) Cross-reactivity of antihuman monoclonal antibodies with cell surface receptors in the common marmoset. Life Sciences 58: 317-324.

Parham P and Ohta T (1996) Population biology of antigen presentation by MHC class I molecules. Science 272: 67-74.

Reimann KA, Waite BC, Lee-Parritz DE et al (1994) Use of human leukocyte-specific monoclonal antibodies for clinically immunophenotyping lymphocytes of rhesus monkeys. Cytometry 17: 102-108.

Slierendregt BL, Hall M, t Hart B et al (1995) Identification of an Mhc-DPBl allele involved in susceptibility to experimental autoimmune encephalomyelitis in rhesus macaques. International Immunology 7: 1671-1679.

Todd RE III, Meuer SC, Romain PL and Schlossman SE (1984) A monoclonal antibody that blocks class II histocompatibility-related immune interactions. Human Immunology 10: 23—40.

Trtkova K, Kupfermann H, Grahovac B et al (1993) Mhc-DRB genes of platyrrhine primates. Immunogenetics 38: 210-222.

Watkins DI (1995) The evolution of major histocompatibility class I genes in primates. Critical Reviews in Immunology 15: 1-29.

Wilson AD, Shooshtari M, Finerty S, Watkins P and Morgan AJ (1995) Selection of monoclonal antibodies for the identification of lymphocyte surface antigens in the New World primate Saguinus oedipus oedipus (cotton top tamarin). Journal of Immunological Methods 178: 195-200.

Wolfe LG and Deinhardt F (1978) Overview of viral oncology studies in Saguinus and Callithrix species. Primates in Medicine 10: 96-118.

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