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Epidermal Viral Immunity Induced by CD8α+ Dendritic Cells But Not by Langerhans Cells
The classical paradigm for dendritic cell function derives from the study of Langerhans cells, which predominate within skin epidermis. After an encounter with foreign agents, Langerhans cells areExpand
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The CD8α+ Dendritic Cell Is Responsible for Inducing Peripheral Self-Tolerance to Tissue-associated Antigens
We previously described a mechanism for the maintenance of peripheral self-tolerance. This involves the cross-presentation of tissue-associated antigens by a bone marrow–derived cell type thatExpand
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Rapid Cytotoxic T Lymphocyte Activation Occurs in the Draining Lymph Nodes After Cutaneous Herpes Simplex Virus Infection as a Result of Early Antigen Presentation and Not the Presence of Virus
Localized cutaneous herpes simplex virus type 1 (HSV-1) infection leads to arming and initial expansion of cytotoxic T lymphocytes (CTLs) in the draining popliteal lymph nodes (PLNs) followed byExpand
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The characteristics of problem structuring methods: A literature review
This exploratory paper develops a framework from a literature review to identify similarities between PSMs and proposes 13 questions to determine if an approach could be a PSM. Expand
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Trust Thy Crooked Neighbor
Bureaucratic and patrimonial theories of organized crime tend to miss the history and mobility of crime groups integrating into and organizing with legitimate society. The network property ofExpand
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Including the Gifted and Talented : Making Inclusion Work for More Gifted and Able Learners
Part 1: What Does Inclusion Mean for the Gifted and Talented? 1. Principles of Inclusion: Implications for Able Learners 2. Inequality in Equity: Tackling the Excellence - Equality Conundrum 3. CanExpand
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Setting or Mixed Ability?: Pupils' Views of the Organisational Arrangement in Their School.
In 1996 Her Majesty's Inspectors of schools published a report entitled Achievement for All (SOEID, 1996). This report identified a number of key principles governing the organisation of pupils byExpand
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Setting or mixed ability? Teachers' views of the organisation of pupils for learning
This paper examines how staff in schools formulate decisions about pupil organisation. A small sample of primary and secondary schools from across Scotland was involved in the study. In 1996 HerExpand
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Limitations of Condensed Teaching Strategies to Develop Hand-Held Cardiac Ultrasonography Skills in Internal Medicine Residents.
Advances in ultrasonographic technology have allowed for hand-held cardiac ultrasonography (HHCU) units that fit into a physician's laboratory coat. Recently, studies to educate internal medicineExpand
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