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Dendritic Cells Change the Mood of T cells

Jun 2, 2014 1:12:49 PM / by Daisy posted in Langerhan's cells, PBMC, research, T cells, tolerance

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Dendritic cells are quite complex. They are surveillance cells that both induce T cell immune response and that mediate T cell tolerance.

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T Cells Contribute to 'Skin-Deep' Tolerance.

May 26, 2014 1:00:43 PM / by Daisy posted in CD3, research, skin, skin associated lymphoid tissue, tolerance

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The skin is a specialized lymphoid organ, called “SALT” or “skin-associated-lymphoid-tissue”. There are 1 million T cells per square inch of skin and their dysfunction can result in disease.

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