Embryonic chimerism does not induce tolerance in an invertebrate model organism.


In colonial marine invertebrates, allorecognition restricts somatic fusion and thus, chimerism, to histocompatible individuals. Little is understood, however, about how invertebrates respond to chimerism formed across histocompatibility barriers or whether embryonic exposure to histoincompatible cells induces allotolerance. We here evaded natural… (More)


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