Cross-presentation: a general mechanism for CTL immunity and tolerance.

@article{Carbone1998CrosspresentationAG,
  title={Cross-presentation: a general mechanism for CTL immunity and tolerance.},
  author={Francis R. Carbone and Christian Kurts and Sean R Bennett and Jacques F.A.P. Miller and William R Heath},
  journal={Immunology today},
  year={1998},
  volume={19 8},
  pages={
          368-73
        }
}
Abstract MHC class I-restricted presentation is usually associated with the processing of endogenous antigens. However, this restriction element can present antigens that do not originate within the presenting cells. Here, Francis Carbone and colleagues describe how such cross-presentation is critical for cytotoxic T-cell surveillance of peripheral antigens, both self and foreign, located outside the secondary lymphoid compartment. 

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