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July 31, 2015

Volume 290Issue 31p18874-19386
Open Access
On The Cover: Flexibility in the major histocompatibility complex binding groove enables dynamic peptide flexibility. The image shows the crystal packing of the murine major histocompatibility complex class I molecules, H2-K2d, in complex with an immunodominant peptide derived from the insulin B protein. Different colors designate different copies of the asymmetric unit, which contains 2 H2-K2d molecules. For details see the article by Motozono et al., pages 18924–18933....
On The Cover: Flexibility in the major histocompatibility complex binding groove enables dynamic peptide flexibility. The image shows the crystal packing of the murine major histocompatibility complex class I molecules, H2-K2d, in complex with an immunodominant peptide derived from the insulin B protein. Different colors designate different copies of the asymmetric unit, which contains 2 H2-K2d molecules. For details see the article by Motozono et al., pages 18924–18933.

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