A dominant role for the methyl-CpG-binding protein Mbd2 in controlling Th2 induction by dendritic cells.
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Cook , P , Owen , H , Deaton , A M , Borger , J G , Brown , S , Clouaire , T , Jones , G-R , Jones , L H , Lundie , R J , Marley , A K , Morrison , V L , Phythian-Adams , A , Wachter , E , Webb , L , Sutherland , T , Thomas , G D , Grainger , J R , Selfridge , J , McKenzie , A N J , Allen , J , Fagerholm , S C , Maizels , R M , Ivens , A C , Bird , A & MacDonald , A S 2015 , ' A dominant role for the methyl-CpG-binding protein Mbd2 in controlling Th2 induction by dendritic cells. ' , Nature Communications , vol. 6 , 6920 . https://doi.org/10.1038/ncomms7920
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