Induction of IL-12 production in dendritic cells exposed to microbial products in vivo. Dendritic cells producing IL-12 p40 (brown stain) are found in the inner periarteriolar lymphoid sheaths (T cell areas) of mouse spleen after systemic administration of an extract of Toxoplasma gondii. Purple staining outlines the B cell areas for orientation purposes. See related article in this issue by Reis e Sousa et al., pp. 1819–1829.
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A Role for Mac-1 (CDIIb/CD18) in Immune Complex–stimulated Neutrophil Function In Vivo: Mac-1 Deficiency Abrogates Sustained Fcγ Receptor–dependent Neutrophil Adhesion and Complement-dependent Proteinuria in Acute Glomerulonephritis
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