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Oligoclonally expanded T cells from long-term human type 1 diabetic pancreatic draining lymph nodes react with insulin a chain 1-15

Kent, S. C., Chen, Y. H., Bregoli, L., Clemmings, S. M., Kenyon, N. S., Ricordi, C., Hering, B. J., and D. A. Hafler. Oligoclonally expanded T cells from long-term human type 1 diabetic pancreatic draining lymph nodes react with insulin a chain 1-15. FASEB Journal. 2005; 19:A366-A366 Part 1 Suppl. S.


Funded by the NIH National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences through its Clinical and Translational Science Awards Program, grant number UL1TR002541.