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Presentation of peptide:MHCII by RORγ-expressing group 3 innate lymphoid cells (ILC3s), which are enriched within gut tissue, is required for control of CD4 T-cell responses to commensal bacteria. It is not known whether ILC populations migrate from their mucosal and peripheral sites to local draining secondary lymphoid tissues. Here we demonstrate that(More)
Previous work by Tomura et al. reporting the generation and use of Kaede transgenic mice was inadvertently omitted from the reference list of this article and should have been cited at instances where these mice are referred to. For example, in the Results section, Tomura et al. should have been cited as follows: 'Since ILC3s are concentrated within the(More)
The thymus is a primary lymphoid tissue that supports the generation of αβT cells. In this review, we describe the processes that give rise to the thymus medulla, a site that nurtures self-tolerant T-cell generation following positive selection events that take place in the cortex. To summarize the developmental pathways that generate medullary thymic(More)
The recruitment of lymphoid progenitors to the thymus is essential to sustain T cell production throughout life. Importantly, it also limits T lineage regeneration following bone marrow transplantation, and so contributes to the secondary immunodeficiency that is caused by delayed immune reconstitution. Despite this significance, the mechanisms that control(More)
Many illnesses have a face – we associate Lou Gehrig with ALS, and Michael J. Fox with Parkinson's. These faces humanize diseases, motivate us to donate money and educate us about the illness. So who should be the face of mental illness? According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, one in four American adults has a mental illness. That's a(More)
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