Diversity: a hallmark of monocyte society.

Abstract

Murine "inflammatory" and "patrolling" monocytes have specific functional specializations. In this issue of Immunity, Cros et al. (2010) characterize CD14(+) and CD14(dim)CD16(+) monocyte subpopulations as the human "inflammatory" and "patrolling" monocytes that, similarly to their mouse counterparts, are characterized by distinct functional properties.

DOI: 10.1016/j.immuni.2010.09.007

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@article{Veerdonk2010DiversityAH, title={Diversity: a hallmark of monocyte society.}, author={Frank Leo van de Veerdonk and Mihai G. Netea}, journal={Immunity}, year={2010}, volume={33 3}, pages={289-91} }