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Enhancement of MHC class I binding and immunogenic properties of the CTL epitope peptides derived from dengue virus NS3 protein by anchor residue replacement Masaki, Hideyuki; Fujii, Yoshiki; Irimajiri, Kiyohiro; Tomura, Takanori T; Kurane, Ichiro (2008-12)The immunogenecity of the defined H-2Kd-restricted, murine cytotoxic T lymphocyte (CTL) epitopesof dengue viruses were examined for CTL induction in epitope peptide / H-2Kd tetramer assays. Thepeptides used in the study included those corresponding to amino acid (a.a.) residues 298-306(GYISTRVEM) of NS3 of dengue virus types 2 and 4 (named DENV-2/4), and to a.a. residues 299-307(GYISTRVGM) of NS3 of dengue virus types 1 and 3 (named DENV-1/3), and their respective modified epitope peptides, DENV-2/4-9L (GYISTRVEL) and DENV-1/3-9L (GYISTRVGL), in ...
Induction of Cytotoxic T Lymphocytes by Immunization with Dengue Virus - Derived, Modified Epitope Peptide, Using Dendritic Cells as a Peptide Delivery System. Fujii, Yoshiki; Masaki, Hideyuki; Tomura, Takanori; Irimajiri, Kiyohiro; Kurane, Ichiro (2004-12)
Modification of the Anchor Residue to MHC Class I Augments CTL-Inducing Ablity of Epitope Peptides Derived from Dengue Virus NS3 Protein. Masaki, Hideyuki; Fujii, Yoshiki; Irimajiri, Kiyohiro; Munakata, Hiroshi; T Tomura, Takanori; Kurane, Ichiro (2006-12)