Characterization of the liver-draining lymph nodes in mice and their role in mounting regional immunity to HBV

Abstract

The lymphatic system is important in mounting an immune response to foreign antigens and tumors in humans and animal models. The liver produces a large amount of lymph, and its lymphatic system is divided into three major components: the portal, sublobular and superficial lymphatic vessels. Despite the fact that mice are the most commonly used laboratory… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/cmi.2012.59

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