Expressed murine and human CDR-H3 intervals of equal length exhibit distinct repertoires that differ in their amino acid composition and predicted range of structures

Michael Zemlin, Martin Klinger, Jason Link, Cosima Zemlin, Karl Bauer, Jeffrey A. Engler, Harry W. Schroeder, Perry M. Kirkham

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