Nasal lymphoid tissue (NALT) as a mucosal immune inductive site.

Abstract

Intranasal (i.n.) immunization is a very effective route for inducing mucosal immunity, but the cellular mechanism responsible for regulating and disseminating these responses is not fully understood. The authors studied the role of nasal lymphoid tissue (NALT) as a mucosal inductive site by using highly purified NALT cells obtained by a new method of… (More)

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@article{Wu1997NasalLT, title={Nasal lymphoid tissue (NALT) as a mucosal immune inductive site.}, author={H. Y. Wu and H. H. Nguyen and M. W. Russell}, journal={Scandinavian journal of immunology}, year={1997}, volume={46 5}, pages={506-13} }