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CCR7 polysialylation

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Thymic selection shapes the repertoire of potentially autoreactive thymocytes that are allowed to mature. The expression pattern of self antigen seen by thymocytes determines the number and functional...

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Systems immunology identifies molecular and cellular signatures associated with adverse clinical events and antibody response to a vaccine against H1N1 influenza virus.

Multilayered ancestry of arterial macrophages

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Arteries are colonized by macrophages of multiple origins, derived prenatally from the yolk sac and during an early postnatal wave from the bone marrow. During sepsis, blood monocyte-derived...