John Kappler

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John W. Kappler (born 22 December, 1943, in Baltimore, Maryland) is a professor in the Department of Integrated Immunology at National Jewish Health.[1] His principal research is in T cell biology, a subject he collaborates on with his wife Philippa Marrack.[2] In 1983 they discovered the T cell receptor, together with Ellis Reinherz and James Allison.

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  1. ^ "John Kappler, PhD". Retrieved 2008-11-02. 
  2. ^ Rennie, J. (1992) Profile: Philippa Marrack and John Kappler – Keeping It In the Family, Scientific American 267(2), 43-44.