Compartmentalization of defined epitopes expressed in Escherichia coli has only a minor influence on efficiency of phagocytic processing for presentation by class I and class II major histocompatibility complex molecules to T cells

M. J. Wick, J. D. Pfeifer, K. A. Findlay, C. V. Harding, S. J. Normark

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