Manipulation of dendritic cells for tolerance induction in transplantation and autoimmune disease.

Abstract

Dendritic cells (DC) constitute a complex system of uniquely well-equipped antigen-presenting cells that initiate and regulate immune responses. Extensive recent studies have improved our understanding of DC development, differentiation, activation, and function. DC exist as distinct subsets that differ in their lineage affiliation, surface molecule… (More)

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@article{Lu2002ManipulationOD, title={Manipulation of dendritic cells for tolerance induction in transplantation and autoimmune disease.}, author={Lina Lu and Angus W Thomson}, journal={Transplantation}, year={2002}, volume={73 1 Suppl}, pages={S19-22} }