Unformatted text preview: The number of major histocompatability (MHC) protein combinations possible in a given population is
enormous. However, an individual in that diverse population has a far more limited array of MHC molecules
OA. MHC proteins in one individual can only be of class I or class II.
OB. Once a B cell has matured in the bone marrow, it is limited to two MHC response categories.
OC. MHC proteins are made from several different gene regions that recombine in random ways.
OD. There are many alleles for every MHC gene, but each individual only inherits two alleles for each gene....
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- Fall '19
- DNA, Major histocompatibility complex, number of major histocompatability