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A syngraft is a tissue transplant between genetically identical individuals. In a syngraft, there is little danger of eliciting an alloresponse in the recipient.

This is because potential alloantigens

A

are not presented on MHC.

B

are only minor histocompatibility antigens.

C

are the same as those self-peptides typically presented on MHC I.

D

are the same as those self-peptides typically presented on MHC II.

E

are the same as those self-peptides typically presented on MHC I and MHC II.

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