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Polyclonal B-cell activation by a B-cell differentiation factor B151-TRF2. IV. B151-TRF2-responsive F1 B cells consist of two separate populations capable of recognizing only one of the parental I-A products expressed on B cells.

Polyclonal B-cell activation by a B-cell differentiation factor B151-TRF2. IV. B151-TRF2-responsive F1 B cells consist of two separate populations capable of recognizing only one of the parental I-A products expressed on B cells. J Mol Cell Immunol. 1987; 3(3):177-94.

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