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The B-cell immunoglobulin and TCRs are involved in the process of antigen recognition by normal B and T lymphocytes.
This new class of TB heteroconjugates is capable of binding and supplying two signals to T- cells: one through the antigen recognition site of the T-cell receptor and the other through receptors required for modulating functions.
Anti-idiotypes are monoclonal antibodies directed to the antigen recognition site of other antibodies.
HLA genes encode proteins that are intimately involved in antigen recognition and processing as well as immune cell activation and function.