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1989 (total impact fac. 35.177 ave. 11.725)

Nakayama, T., Kubo, R. T., Kishimoto, H., Asano, Y., and Tada, T.: Biochemical identification of I-J as a novel dimeric surface molecule on mouse helper and suppressor T cell clones. Int. Immunol. 1:50-58 (1989). (3.611)

Nakayama, T., Asano, Y., and Tada, T.: I-J and mechanism of immunosuppression. Immunol. Suppl. 2:16-19 (1989).

Tada, T., Nakayama, T., Kishimoto, H., and Asano, Y.: I-J as a second T cell receptor for self involved in the suppressive signal transduction. In: Cellular Basis of Immune Modulation Alan R Liss, New York. pp341-351 (1989).

Furutani, M., Yanagi, Y., Fujisawa, I., Nakayama, T., Kishimoto, H., Kuida, K., Asano, Y., and Tada, T.: Post-transcriptional allelic exclusion of two functionally rearrenged T cell receptor α genes. Int. Immunol. 1:281-288 (1989). (3.611)

Tada, T., Nakayama, T., Asano, Y., Kishimoto, H., and Sano, K.: I-J as a second T cell receptor for self. Molecular polymorphism and the role in suppressive signal transduction. In: Immune system and Cancer ed. by T. Hamaoka et al., Japan Sci. Soc. Press, Tokyo. pp227-235 (1989).

Nakayama, T., Singer, A., Hsi, E. D., and Samelson, L. E.: Intrathymic signalling in immature CD4+CD8+ thymocytes results in tyrosine phosphorylation of the T-cell receptor ζ chain. Nature 341:651-654 (1989). (27.955)