Modulating the immune response with dendritic cells and their growth factors.

  title={Modulating the immune response with dendritic cells and their growth factors.},
  author={Bali Pulendran and Jacques Banchereau and Eugene Maraskovsky and Charles R. Maliszewski},
  journal={Trends in immunology},
  volume={22 1},
Different subsets of dendritic cells (DCs) appear to play a role in determining the specific cytokines secreted by T helper (Th) cells. A model is proposed that links together factors such as the pathogen, microenvironment, DCs and T cells in a mechanism that results in a flexible determination of T-cell polarization. 

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