The role of dendritic cell subsets in immunity to viruses.

Abstract

Dendritic cells orchestrate the adaptive immune response. As well as presenting MHC-restricted antigen for T-cell activation, they provide all the co-receptor signals required for full T-cell priming. As a consequence, they play a central role in the immune response to infections caused by many pathogenic agents, including viruses. In recent times, it has… (More)

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@article{Carbone2003TheRO, title={The role of dendritic cell subsets in immunity to viruses.}, author={Francis Robert Carbone and William R Heath}, journal={Current opinion in immunology}, year={2003}, volume={15 4}, pages={416-20} }