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Annu. Rev. Immunol. 1997. 15:39–61 Copyright c 1997 by Annual Reviews Inc. uk KEY WORDS: H-Y, transplantation, Ir genes, sex determination, T cell epitopes ABSTRACT H-Y was originally discovered as a transplantation antigen. In vivo primary skin graft responses to H-Y are controlled by immune response (Ir) genes mapping to the MHC. In vitro T cell responses to H-Y are controlled by MHC class I and II Ir genes, which-respectively, restrict CD8 and CD4 T cells: These can be isolated as T cell clones in vitro.
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