CD8 T cell memory: it takes all kinds

@inproceedings{Hamilton2012CD8TC,
  title={CD8 T cell memory: it takes all kinds},
  author={Sara E. Hamilton and Stephen C Jameson},
  booktitle={Front. Immun.},
  year={2012}
}
Understanding the mechanisms that regulate the differentiation and maintenance of CD8(+) memory T cells is fundamental to the development of effective T cell-based vaccines. Memory cell differentiation is influenced by the cytokines that accompany T cell priming, the history of previous antigen encounters, and the tissue sites into which memory cells migrate. These cues combine to influence the developing CD8(+) memory pool, and recent work has revealed the importance of multiple transcription… CONTINUE READING
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