TCR sequences

txpljfg at uabcvsr.seas.ucla.edu txpljfg at uabcvsr.seas.ucla.edu
Sun Jul 16 00:20:58 EST 1995


The best source for human TCR beta sequences can be obtained from Wei et 
al. in Immunogenetics (with Mary Ann Robinson)  this publication has 
the additional benefit of a table showing the correspondence of clone 
names with the new nomenclature established last year.


When you do your search, keep in mind that the nomenclature for all 
of the TCR loci has not been stable throughout the years, 
particularly for the gamma locus.

Ralph M Bernstein (ralph at ccit.arizona.edu) 
wrote: > In Article <3tvsdm$nl3 at hippo.shef.ac.uk>, Kate Platts
> <K.Platts at Sheffield.ac.uk> wrote:
> >Can anyone suggest a source for obtaining the sequences for the TCR 
> >alpha/beta chain variable/diversity/constant/joining regions? Genebank 
> >gives sequences found in individual clones and most textbook/references 
> >only state that there are different families of sequences. Is there 
> >anywhere that lists the sequences for all of the members of each of the 
> >different families? If anyone can help, I'd be very grateful. Many 
> >thanks, Kate  P.  
> >
> >
>     kate,
>     good luck!  this isnt all available yet,
> but the most upto date is the kabat books.
> alternatively, you could search kabat on the internet,
> because its likely to be more up to date than books pubd circa 90-91.
>     regards, ralph



> Ralph M. Bernstein
> Dept of Micro/Immuno
> University of Arizona
> Ph: 602 626 2585
> Fx: 602 626 2100
> url: http://lamprey.medmicro.arizona.edu

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