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The class I and class I1 molecules are integral membrane proteins involved in the immune recognition reactions that permit T cells to distinguish between self and nonself. Class I molecules are present on the surface of all cell types (Klein, 1975), whereas class I1 molecules are expressed only on the surface of cells of lymphatic origin, such as B cells, macrophages, dentritic cells, and certain epithelial cells. Class I11 genes encode several components of the classical complement pathway, factor B of the alternate complement pathway, and an enzyme involved in steroid biosynthesis, 21-hydroxylase.

13, all of the identified genes which encode the mouse T cell receptor 6 chain are contained within the a-chain locus. This small locus, which spans at least 30 kb, ends approximately 75 kb upstream from the C , gene and is oriented in the same transcriptional direction as the majority of the a-chain gene segments. , 1987b). , 1987a). This would seem to suggest that the 6 chain has available a very large repertoire of V gene segments; however, such diversity among 6 chain cDNAs has not been observed.

Kronenberg, and E. h i , unpublished results). However, in contrast to the mouse 0-chain locus, it also appears that some V, gene segments have been duplicated over as much as 100 kb of DNA. , 1988). The repertoire of J, gene segments has been estimated at 50, although only 32 have yet been sequenced (Becker et a l . , 1985; J. 100 90 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 kb I FIG. 13. Physical map of the mouse a/6 locus. [For details on Ja sequences, see Arden et al. (1985), Winoto et al. (1985) (all numbers), Dembic et al.

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