Barbara N. Beck

Affiliations: 
University of Washington, Seattle, Seattle, WA 
Area:
immunogenetics, phage genetics
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Beck BN, Nilson AE, Bell MP, et al. (1991) The contribution of beta-strand residues to serologic epitopes on the Aβ k polypeptide Immunogenetics. 33: 409-412
Beck BN, McKean DJ. (1990) Mapping T cell receptor epitopes on the Aβ polypeptide Immunologic Research. 9: 47-56
Rosloniec EF, Vitez LJ, Beck BN, et al. (1989) I-A(k) polymorphisms define a functionally dominant region for the presentation of hen egg lysozyme peptides Journal of Immunology. 143: 50-58
Buerstedde JM, Nilson AE, Chase CG, et al. (1989) A(β) polymorphic residues responsible for class II molecule recognition by alloreactive T cells Journal of Experimental Medicine. 169: 1645-1654
Beck BN, Ho SN. (1988) Increased specificity of PCR-amplified products by size-fractionation of restriction enzyme-digested template genomic DNA Nucleic Acids Research. 16: 9051
Beck BN, Pease LR, Bell MP, et al. (1987) DNA sequence analysis of I-A(β) mutants reveals serologically immunodominant region Journal of Experimental Medicine. 166: 433-443
Landias D, Beck BN, Buerstedde JM, et al. (1986) The assignment of chain specificities for anti-Ia monoclonal antibodies using L cell transfectants Journal of Immunology. 137: 3002-3005
Landais D, Waltzinger C, Beck BN, et al. (1986) Functional sites on la molecules: A molecular dissection of Aα immunogenicity Cell. 47: 173-181
Beck BN, Buerstedde JM, Krco CJ, et al. (1986) Characterization of cell lines expressing mutant I-Ab and I-Ak molecules allows the definition of distinct serologic epitopes on A alpha and A beta polypeptides. Journal of Immunology (Baltimore, Md. : 1950). 136: 2953-61
Schlauder GG, Bell MP, Beck BN, et al. (1985) The structure-function relationship of I-A molecules: A biochemical analysis of I-A polypeptides from mutant antigen-presenting cells and evidence of preferential association of allelic forms Journal of Immunology. 135: 1945-1954
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