Altered CD8+ T cell immunodominance after vaccinia virus infection and the naive repertoire in inbred and F1 mice
Previous studies of CD8+ T cell immunodominance after primary virus infection of F1 mice compared with their inbred parents have generally concluded that no dramatic changes occur. In this study, we revisit this issue using vaccinia virus (VACV), which has a large genome, a recently defined immunodominance hierarchy in mice, and is a candidate vector for vaccines.We found that immunogenicity of VACV peptides defined using inbred mice was highly variable in F1 progeny: some peptides were equally...[Show more]
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