Response to Comment on "Reassessment of the Role of Mut S Homolog 5 in Ig Class Switch Recombination Shows Lack of Involvement in cis- and trans-Switching"
Department of Molecular Genetics and Microbiology; Information Services; Department of Cell Biology
Letter to the Editor
Cell Cycle Proteins; DNA-Binding Proteins; Immunoglobulin Class Switching; Recombination, Genetic
Bioinformatics | Life Sciences | Medicine and Health Sciences
Response to: Reassessment of the role of Mut S homolog 5 in Ig class switch recombination shows lack of involvement in cis- and trans-switching. Guikema JE, Schrader CE, Leus NG, Ucher A, Linehan EK, Werling U, Edelmann W, Stavnezer J. J Immunol. 2008 Dec 15;181(12):8450-9.PMID: 19050263.
J. Immunol. 2009;182;4496-4497.
Journal of Immunology
Guikema JE, Schrader CE, Baker S, Edelmann W, Stavnezer J. (2009). Response to Comment on "Reassessment of the Role of Mut S Homolog 5 in Ig Class Switch Recombination Shows Lack of Involvement in cis- and trans-Switching". Information Technology Publications. Retrieved from https://escholarship.umassmed.edu/infoservices/91