Major histocompatibility complexes (MHCs) are a family of cell surface proteins that play pivotal roles in antigen presentation. During antigen-presentation they are complexed with antigen fragments for recognition by T cells. As such they are crucial to immunity in most living organisms, humans included. They are encoded by a wide variety of different genes, at several different loci.

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