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MHC polymorphism and disease resistance to vibrio anguillarum in 8 families of half-smooth tongue sole (Cynoglossus semilaevis).
MHC polymorphism and disease resistance in Atlantic salmon (Salmosalar); facing pathogens with single expressed major histocompatibility class I and class II loci.
With the development of study, growing eidence showed that high degrees of MHC polymorphism are closely related to resistance or susceptibility to disease in mammals (Medina et al.
In mammals, MHC polymorphism is maintained over long times by positive (balancing) selection at the nonsynonymous sites specifying the PBR of the MHC molecule (Graser et al.
Trans-specific MHC polymorphism and the origin of species in primates J.
Parasites and sexual selection have been documented to sustain the unusually high levels of MHC polymorphism (Piertney and Oliver, 2006).
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- MHC Class I Chain Related A
- MHC class II deficiency
- MHC class II regulatory factor RFX
- MHC class III HLA-RP1
- MHC class-II regulatory factor RFX1
- MHC I
- MHC II
- MHC molecule
- MHC polymorphism
- MHC restriction