Homing Receptors and Vascular Addressins: Cell Adhesion Molecules that Direct Lymphocyte Traffic

@article{Berg1989HomingRA,
  title={Homing Receptors and Vascular Addressins: Cell Adhesion Molecules that Direct Lymphocyte Traffic},
  author={Ellen L. Berg and Leslie A. Goldstein and Mark A. Jimla and Maurice Nakache and Louis J. Picker and Philip R. Streeter and N W Wu and David F. H. Zhou and Eugene C. Butcher},
  journal={Immunological Reviews},
  year={1989},
  volume={108}
}
The trafficking of lymphocytes and other leukocytes plays a major role in the physiology of the itnmune system and the implementation of immune mechanisms. The recirculation of lymphocytes allows the full repertoire of antigenic specificities to be continuously represented throughout the body, and may also facilitate interactions between lymphocyte subsets and accessory cells required for antigen-specific effector functions. In addition, lymphocyte trafficking plays a role in segregating… 
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