Redox remodeling by dendritic cells protects antigen-specific T cells against oxidative stress.

Abstract

Microorganisms and microbial products induce the release of reactive oxygen species (ROS) from monocytes and other myeloid cells, which may trigger dysfunction and apoptosis of adjacent lymphocytes. Therefore, T cell-mediated immunity is likely to comprise mechanisms of T cell protection against ROS-inflicted toxicity. The present study aimed to clarify the… (More)
DOI: 10.4049/jimmunol.1102138

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@article{Martner2011RedoxRB, title={Redox remodeling by dendritic cells protects antigen-specific T cells against oxidative stress.}, author={Anna Martner and Johan Aurelius and Anna Rydstr{\"o}m and Kristoffer Hellstrand and Fredrik B Thor{\'e}n}, journal={Journal of immunology}, year={2011}, volume={187 12}, pages={6243-8} }