Composition, Development, and Function of Uterine Innate Lymphoid Cells

@inproceedings{Doisne2015CompositionDA,
  title={Composition, Development, and Function of Uterine Innate Lymphoid Cells},
  author={Jean-Marc Doisne and Elisa Balmas and Selma Boulenouar and Louise M. Gaynor and Jens Kieckbusch and Lucy Gardner and Delia A. Hawkes and Cynthia F. Barbara and Andrew M Sharkey and Hugh J M Brady and Jan Joris Brosens and Ashley Moffett and Francesco Colucci},
  booktitle={Journal of immunology},
  year={2015}
}
Innate lymphoid cells (ILCs), including NK cells, contribute to barrier immunity and tissue homeostasis. In addition to the role of uterine NK cells in placentation and fetal growth, other uterine ILCs (uILCs) are likely to play roles in uterine physiology and pathology. In this article, we report on the composition of uILCs in the endometrium during the luteal phase and in the decidua during early pregnancy. Whereas nonkiller uILC1s and uILC2s are barely detectable in mouse and not detected in… CONTINUE READING
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