Development of the expressed Ig CDR-H3 repertoire is marked by focusing of constraints in length, amino acid use, and charge that are first established in early B cell progenitors

Ivaylo I. Ivanov, Robert L. Schelonka, Yingxin Zhuang, G. Larry Gartland, Michael Zemlin, Harry W. Schroeder

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