Identifying Specificity Groups In The T Cell Receptor Repertoire. (b) circle represents a typical tcr repertoire without clonal expansion. In this issue of immunity, muschaweck et al.
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Glanville j, huang h, nau a, hatton o, wagar le, rubelt f, et al. Identifying specificity groups in the t cell receptor repertoire. However, the nature of t cell receptor (tcr) epitope recognition at a repertoire level is not yet fully understood.
Glanville J, Huang H, Nau A, Hatton O, Wagar Le, Rubelt F Et Al (2017) Identifying Specificity Groups In The T Cell Receptor Repertoire.
Gene assignment is performed by identifying v and j gene specific tag matches, allowing up to a single base. While there is much scope for improvement in tcr repertoire sequencing, these experiments are becoming increasingly routine. The bar below represents the association between different statistical parameters and the status of immune repertoire.
(B) Circle Represents A Typical Tcr Repertoire Without Clonal Expansion.
Identifying specificity groups in the t cell receptor repertoire. Due to technological advances a plethora of tcr sequences. The ability to recognize known.
7 September 2017 Research Published:
Nature, 547 (7661) (2017), pp. Identifying specificity groups in the t cell receptor repertoire. There has been increasing interest in the role of t cells and their involvement in cancer, autoimmune and infectious diseases.
Glanville, J., Huang, H., Nau, A., Hatton, O., Wagar, L.
T cell receptor (tcr) sequences are very diverse, with many more possible sequence combinations than t cells in any one individual. Jacob glanville 1,2 na1, huang huang 2,3 na1, allison nau 2,3, olivia hatton 4 naff12, lisa e. The t cell receptor repertoire directly from p rimary sequence data.