How Many Subsets of Innate Lymphoid Cells Do We Need?

Abstract

Innate lymphoid cells (ILCs) are composed of three main subsets. In this issue of Immunity, Simoni et al. (2017) show using mass-cytometry that human ILCs are highly heterogeneous between individuals and tissues and lack a previously proposed helper-type ILC1 population. 
DOI: 10.1016/j.immuni.2016.12.018

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@article{Ealey2017HowMS, title={How Many Subsets of Innate Lymphoid Cells Do We Need?}, author={Kafi N. Ealey and Shigeo Koyasu}, journal={Immunity}, year={2017}, volume={46 1}, pages={10-13} }