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Ontogenic, phenotypic, and functional characterization of XCR1+ dendritic cells leads to a consistent classification of intestinal dendritic cells based on the expression of XCR1 and SIRPα

bioRxiv

Apr 30, 2014

Martina BeckerRichard A Kroczek

Abstract

In the past, lack of lineage markers confounded the classification of dendritic cells (DC) in the intestine and impeded a full understanding of their location and function. We have recently shown that the chemokine receptor XCR1 is a lineage marker for cross-presenting DC in the spleen....read more

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Immune System
Integrins
Small Intestinal Wall Tissue
Intestines, Small
Intestines
Oral Cavity
Intestinal Villus
Lymph Node of Mesentery
SIRPA wt Allele
ITGAM wt Allele
3
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Ontogenic, phenotypic, and functional characterization of XCR1+ dendritic cells leads to a consistent classification of intestinal dendritic cells based on the expression of XCR1 and SIRPα

bioRxiv

Apr 30, 2014

Martina BeckerRichard A Kroczek

PMID: 990004648

DOI: 10.1101/004648

Abstract

In the past, lack of lineage markers confounded the classification of dendritic cells (DC) in the intestine and impeded a full understanding of their location and function. We have recently shown that the chemokine receptor XCR1 is a lineage marker for cross-presenting DC in the spleen....read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Immune System
Integrins
Small Intestinal Wall Tissue
Intestines, Small
Intestines
Oral Cavity
Intestinal Villus
Lymph Node of Mesentery
SIRPA wt Allele
ITGAM wt Allele
3

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