per 10,000 proteins degraded
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||P.959 right column top paragraph: "Moreover, the SIINFEKL [OVA257-264] peptide might be generated more efficiently than the average determinant: inasmuch as peptides are limiting for MHC class I assembly [ref 73], the overall efficiency of peptide generation for MHC class I molecules can be estimated to be in the order of 1 per 10,000 proteins degraded [primary source]."