R.L. Gardner

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Dendritic cells (DCs) are uniquely capable of presenting antigen to naive T cells, either eliciting immunity [1] or ensuring self-tolerance [2]. This property identifies DCs as potential candidates for enhancing responses to foreign [3] and tumour antigens [4], and as targets for immune intervention in the treatment of autoimmunity and allograft rejection(More)
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