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Mls(uppercase) Minor lymphocyte stimulatting gene. Any of a family of genes encoded by mouse mammary tumour viruses (MMTV), the protein products of which (known as “superantigens”) are capable of stimulating proliferation of CD4 T cells in mixed lymphocyte cultures.
(lowercase) Minor lymphocyte stimulating antigen. A cell surface molecule first identified in mice which is immunogenic for unprimed T cells.
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medical laboratory science; medical laboratory scientist.