Defective T-cell function leading to reduced antibody production in a kleisin-beta mutant mouse
The recently described nessy (Ncaph2nes/nes) mutant mouse strain has a defect in T-cell development caused by a mutation in the ubiquitous kleisin-β (also known as Ncaph2). Kleisin-β is a subunit of the condensin II complex involved in chromosome conden
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