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FactsBook

The Academic Press FactsBook series has established itself as the best source of easily accessible and accurate facts about protein groups. They use an easy-to-follow format and are researched and compiled by experts in the field.

IG FactsBook The Immunoglobulin FactsBook the first published reference for all functional and ORF immunoglobulin genes. Introductory chapters present up-to-date information on immunoglobulin structural and biological properties, chain synthesis, gene chromosomal localization, and organization of the IGH, IGK and IGL loci. This is followed by entries on all the 203 functional and ORF variable, diversity, joining and constant genes in man, and provides the first complete overview of the potential repertoire of the immunoglobulin heavy, kappa and lambda loci.

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TR FactsBook The T cell receptor FactsBook the first published reference for all functional and ORF T cell receptor genes. Introductory chapters provide up-to-date information on T cell receptor structural and biological properties, chain synthesis, gene chromosomal localization, and organization of the TRA, TRB, TRG and TRD loci. This is followed by entries on all the 168 functional and ORF variable, diversity, joining and constant genes in man, and provides the first complete overview of the potential repertoire of the T cell receptor alpha, beta, gamma and delta loci.

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The Immunoglobulin FactsBook and The T cell receptor FactsBook provide information on:

References:
[1] Lefranc, M.-P. and Lefranc, G., The Immunoglobulin FactsBook, Academic Press, 458 pages (2001) ISBN:012441351X
[2] Lefranc, M.-P. and Lefranc, G., The T cell receptor FactsBook, Academic Press, 398 pages (2001) ISBN:0124413528