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class II alleles and the FVIII inhibitors in Thai hemophilia patients was further investigated in this study, as recent studies have indicated that inhibitor formation depends upon an adequate T-cell response by major histocompatibility complex
class II molecules to FVIII resulting from the presentation of FVIII protein antigen to T-cell receptors (18-21).
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The correlation between increased tumourigenicity and a decrease in major histocompatibility complex
(MHC) Class I expression has been well established.
The research used a technique known as micropipette adhesion frequency assay to study the mechanical interactions between T cells and the antigen, known as a peptide major histocompatibility complex
(3,4) It required another 20 years before evidence of genetic associations outside of the major histocompatibility complex
(MHC) were convincingly demonstrated, with the discovery of associations with PTPN22 in Caucasian populations (5) and PADI4 in Asian RA populations.
Besides lung rejection, there are risk factors, which include mismatching of HLA (the major histocompatibility complex
in humans), and pneumonias caused by cytomegalovirus.