Site-specific expression of CD11b and SIRPalpha (CD172a) on dendritic cells: implications for their migration patterns in the gut immune system.

@article{Bimczok2005SitespecificEO,
  title={Site-specific expression of CD11b and SIRPalpha (CD172a) on dendritic cells: implications for their migration patterns in the gut immune system.},
  author={Diane Bimczok and Eveline N Sowa and Heidrun Faber-Zuschratter and Reinhard Pabst and H. -J. Rothk{\"o}tter},
  journal={European journal of immunology},
  year={2005},
  volume={35 5},
  pages={1418-27}
}
Dendritic cells (DC) in the intestinal tract play a major role in directing the mucosal immune system towards tolerance or immunity. We analyzed whether different mucosal DC subsets in pigs have specific functions, localizations, or migration patterns in vivo. Therefore, we collected physiologically migrating DC by pseudo-afferent cannulation of the intestinal duct in eight Gottingen minipigs. Lymph DC were phenotypically and functionally characterized and compared to DC found on histological… CONTINUE READING
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