class I molecule

class I molecule

a major histocompatibility complex antigen made up of two noncovalently bonded polypeptide chains, one glycosylated, heavy, and variable with antigen specificity; the other chain is β2-microglobulin.

class I mol·e·cule

(klas mol'ĕ-kyūl)
A major histocompatibility complex antigen made up of two noncovalently bonded polypeptide chains, one glycosylated, heavy, and variable with antigen specificity; the other chain is β2-microglobulin.
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These predictive methods are more successful for class I molecules because of the more rigid requirements for peptide length and anchor residues.