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Photograph by Shane Arbogast (www.shanearbogast.com). Stem cells leave vacancies when they exit the bone marrow, which can then be filled by transplanted stem cells. Related article by Bhattacharya et al.
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Masopust recognizes the vital role that memory T cells play in defending us against chronic infection. Now, an older generation of immunologists is recognizing him.
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Induced bronchus-associated lymphoid tissue serves as a general priming site for T cells and is maintained by dendritic cells
Spermatozoa capture HIV-1 through heparan sulfate and efficiently transmit the virus to dendritic cells
A single polymorphic amino acid on Toxoplasma gondii kinase ROP16 determines the direct and strain-specific activation of Stat3