Natural killer cells and dendritic cells at the human feto-maternal interface: an effective cooperation?

Abstract

Human endometrium and in particular decidua, harbours a considerable population of immunocompetent cells. The most prominent of these are uterine natural killer (uNK) cells, which differ considerably from their peripheral blood counterparts in terms of both gene expression and function. Recently, the existence of DC-SIGN positive immature dendritic cells… (More)

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