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НЕХОДЖКИНСКИЕ ЛИМФОМЫ ПРИ РЕВМАТИЧЕСКИХ ЗАБОЛЕВАНИЯХ

https://doi.org/10.14412/1995-4484-2011-1464

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Неходжкинские лимфомы (НХЛ), представляющие собой гетерогенную группу опухолей из лимфоидной ткани, наиболее часто (>90%) имеют В-клеточное происхождение. Возможно, этот факт обусловлен особенностями В- клеточного иммунного ответа. Так, необходимое поразительное разнообразие иммуноглобулинов (Ig) по специфичности центров связывания с антигеном обеспечивается различными механизмами, включающими соматический мутагенез, генную конверсию, рекомбинацию ряда генных сегментов, образующих полный V-ген (вариабельной области молекулы Ig). 

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О. А. Логвиненко
oksanalogw@hotmail.ru


В. И. Васильев



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