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- Comparison of extravillous trophoblast cells derived from human embryonic stem cells and from first trimester human placentas.
- Expression of membrane-bound HLA-G at the maternal-fetal interface is not associated with pregnancy maintenance among patients with idiopathic recurrent pregnancy loss.
- HLA-G and HLA-C at the feto-maternal interface: lessons learned from pathogenic viruses.
- HLA-G, -E, -F preworkshop: tools and protocols for analysis of non-classical class I genes transcription and protein expression.
- Herpes simplex virus blocks intracellular transport of HLA-G in placentally derived human cells.
- Trophoblast class I major histocompatibility complex (MHC) products are resistant to rapid degradation imposed by the human cytomegalovirus (HCMV) gene products US2 and US11.
- Why certain antibodies cross-react with HLA-A and HLA-G: epitope mapping of two common MHC class I reagents.