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T-cell receptor excision circles

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Kinetic-Segregation Model of T-cell Receptor Triggering

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B cell and T cell clonality assay by PCR

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T Cell receptors

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EnLite Neonatal TREC video

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"Immunology", T Cells in the Thymus Undergo a Series of Gene Segment Rearrangements

T-cell receptor excision circles (TRECs) are small circles of DNA created in T-cells during their passage through the thymus as they rearrange their TCR genes. Their presence indicates maturation of T cells; TRECs are reduced in SCID.
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