Unformatted text preview: includes immunoglobulins , T-cell receptors, CD4, CD8, and others. This page will describe the MHC molecules and the process of antigen presentation. The major histocompatibility complex is encoded by several genes located on human chromosome 6. Class I molecules are encoded by the BCA region while class II molecules are encoded by the D region. A region between these two on chromosome 6 encodes class III molecules, including some complement components ....
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- Fall '10
- Microbiology, Major histocompatibility complex