Bacteria and bacterial cell wall constituents induce the production of regulatory cytokines in dendritic cell clones.

@article{Riva1996BacteriaAB,
  title={Bacteria and bacterial cell wall constituents induce the production of regulatory cytokines in dendritic cell clones.},
  author={Silvano Riva and Maria Luisa Cesira Nolli and Manfred B Lutz and Stefania Citterio and Giampiero Girolomoni and Claudia Winzler and Paola Ricciardi-Castagnoli},
  journal={Journal of inflammation},
  year={1996},
  volume={46 2},
  pages={
          98-105
        }
}
The primary function of dendritic cells (DC) is the uptake, processing, and presentation of antigens to unprimed T cells, but the regulation of these functions is largely unknown. The study of the signals that maintain DC in a resting state or that drive their activation has been hampered by the difficulties in obtaining pure DC populations. The availability of immortalized DC clones from different tissues (spleen and skin) allowed us to investigate the regulation of cytokine production in… CONTINUE READING

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