Immune Cell Biology 2022
We are pleased to share this collection of recent articles focused on immunity and immune cells. These articles address fundamental questions of cell biology underlying inflammatory signaling, and diverse lymphocyte functions as well as immune cell development. We hope this work will appeal to immunologists interested in inflammatory pathologies, cancer, and development, as well as virologists and microbiologists. The collection includes new discoveries on immune cell aging, the resolution of phagosomes following phagocytosis, cytotoxic T cell polarization during engagement with targets, and mechanisms of immune cell egress from lymphoid organs. Readers will also find the latest work on T cell receptor activation, lymphocyte development in the thymus, and neutrophil recruitment to and motility within damaged tissues.
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Image © 2021 Allam et al.