Maria Iolyeva

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Nonhematopoietic stromal cells of secondary lymphoid organs form important scaffold and fluid transport structures, such as lymph node (LN) trabeculae, lymph vessels, and conduits. Furthermore, through the production of chemokines and cytokines, these cells generate a particular microenvironment that determines lymphocyte positioning and supports lymphocyte(More)
Lymphatic vessels have traditionally been regarded as a rather inert drainage system, which just passively transports fluids, leukocytes and antigen. However, it is becoming increasingly clear that the lymphatic vasculature is highly dynamic and plays a much more active role in inflammatory and immune processes. Tissue inflammation induces a rapid,(More)
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