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CTL response to human cytomegalovirus minimal epitope vaccination in HLA A*0201/DR1 transgenic mice Dependence on TH epitope interaction with HLA class II


, : CTL response to human cytomegalovirus minimal epitope vaccination in HLA A*0201/DR1 transgenic mice Dependence on TH epitope interaction with HLA class II. Blood 94(10 SUPPL 1 PART 1): 678a, Nov 15


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