A distinct endothelial cell recognition system that controls lymphocyte traffic into inflamed synovium.

Abstract

Lymphocytes are essential mediators of normal tissue inflammatory reactions and of pathologic tissue damage in, for example, rheumatoid arthritis and other autoimmune diseases. In a study of the mechanisms controlling lymphocyte entry into sites of inflammation from the blood, the function and specificity of lymphocyte-endothelial interactions were examined… (More)

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@article{Jalkanen1986ADE, title={A distinct endothelial cell recognition system that controls lymphocyte traffic into inflamed synovium.}, author={Sari E Jalkanen and Allen C. Steere and Rebecca Fox and Eugene C. Butcher}, journal={Science}, year={1986}, volume={233 4763}, pages={556-8} }