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The discovery of thymus function and of thymus-derived lymphocytes
Miller, J. F. A. P.
One cell, one antibody: prelude and aftermath
Nossal, G. J. V.
The immune system: a weapon of mass destruction invented by evolution to even the odds during the war of the DNAs
The pas de deux of viruses and CD8 T cells
Doherty, Peter C.
Instructive selection and immunological theory
Travels along the viral-immunobiology highway
Oldstone, Michael B. A.
Human histocompatibility proteins: Past and future: a memoir
Strominger, Jack L.
The discovery of linkage between the MHC and genetic control of the immune response
Perspective on antigen processing and presentation
Unanue, Emil R.
Uncertainties − discrepancies in immunology
Zinkernagel, Rolf M.
The thymus and negative selection
Sprent, Jonathan; Kishimoto, Hidehiro
Cellular immunology in a historical perspective
Good, Robert A.
The road ended up at stem cells
Weissman, Irving L.
Exploring lymphocyte differentiation pathways
Cooper, Max D.
Molecular versatility of antibodies
Primary immunodeficiency diseases: dissectors of the immune system
Buckley, Rebecca H.
Studies of normal and neoplastic lymphocytes: A personal history
Nowell, Peter C.
Reprogramming the immune system
Human retroviruses after 20 years: a perspective from the past and prospects for their future control
Gallo, Robert C.
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