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Abbreviation : DO
Long Form : HLA-DO
No. Year Title Co-occurring Abbreviation
2013 HLA-DO as the optimizer of epitope selection for MHC class II antigen presentation. DM, DR1
2013 Ubiquitination of HLA-DO by MARCH family E3 ligases. MHCII
2012 Mapping the HLA-DO/HLA-DM complex by FRET and mutagenesis. DM, ER, FRET
2011 Cutting edge: HLA-DO impairs the incorporation of HLA-DM into exosomes. DM
2010 Targeted regulation of self-peptide presentation prevents type I diabetes in mice without disrupting general immunocompetence. DM, MHCII
2009 Detection of aberrant transcription of major histocompatibility complex class II antigen presentation genes in chronic lymphocytic leukaemia identifies HLA-DOA mRNA as a prognostic factor for survival. B-CLL, CIITA, DM, DR, MHC
2006 Human dendritic cell expression of HLA-DO is subset specific and regulated by maturation. DC, DM, LC
2005 Achieving stability through editing and chaperoning: regulation of MHC class II peptide binding and expression. APCs, CLIP, HLA-DM, MHC-II
2005 HLA-DO transduced in human monocyte-derived dendritic cells modulates MHC class II antigen processing. CLIP, HLA, MoDC
10  2004 Class II-associated invariant chain peptide expression on myeloid leukemic blasts predicts poor clinical outcome. AML, CLIP, HLA-DM
11  2004 Ectopic expression of HLA-DO in mouse dendritic cells diminishes MHC class II antigen presentation. DC, DM
12  2003 Analysis of H2-O influence on antigen presentation by B cells. DM, mIg
13  2003 Comparison of the transcriptional regulation of classical and non-classical MHC class II genes. CIITA
14  2003 H2-O influence on antigen presentation in H2-E-expressing mice. DM
15  2002 Germinal center B cells regulate their capability to present antigen by modulation of HLA-DO. DM, GC
16  2000 Nonclassical MHC class II molecules. DM, MHC
17  1998 A role for HLA-DO as a co-chaperone of HLA-DM in peptide loading of MHC class II molecules. DM, MHC
18  1996 HLA-DO is a lysosomal resident which requires association with HLA-DM for efficient intracellular transport. DM, ER