Distinct antigen trafficking from skin in the steady and active states.


In antigen trafficking from the skin, it has been postulated that Langerhans cells/dendritic cells are activated after capturing exogenous antigens, up-regulate the expression of the chemokine receptor, CCR7, and migrate into lymphoid organs in response to the signaling of a chemokine, CCL21, which is expressed in lymphatic vessels and T cell zone stromal… (More)


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