CD1c-related DCs that express CD207/langerin, but are distinguishable from Langerhans cells, are consistently present in human tonsils

Several subsets of dendritic cells (DCs) are present in the oropharyngeal tonsillar tissues and are thought to behave as major actors in development and regulation of immunity by acting as a first line of recognition for airborne and alimentary antigens. We previously discovered in human adult tonsi...

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Main Authors: Anne eDe Monte, Charles-Vivien eOLIVIERI, Sebastien eVITALE, Sonanda eBAILLEUX, Laurent eCASTILLO, Valerie eGIORDANENGO, Janet L MARYANSKI, Elodie eSegura, Alain eDOGLIO
Format: Article
Published: Frontiers Media S.A. 2016-05-01
Series:Frontiers in Immunology
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