Murine dendritic cell development: Difficulties associated with subset analysis
Dendritic cells are bone marrow-derived professional antigen presenting cells that play major roles in both the induction of primary immune responses and tolerance. It has become clear that dendritic cells are a heterogenous group of cells that vary in cell surface marker expression and function. Multiple dendritic cell subsets have now been defined in mouse lymphoid organs and peripheral tissues. A knowledge of the function and relationship between dendritic cell subsets will be essential for...[Show more]
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