The OX-40 receptor provides a potent co-stimulatory signal capable of inducing encephalitogenicity in myelin-specific CD4+ T cells

J. A.R. Kaleeba, H. Offner, A. A. Vandenbark, A. Lublinski, A. D. Weinberg

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