volume 124, issue 5, P2204-2218 2014
DOI: 10.1172/jci73683
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Abstract: Lymph nodes (LNs) are integral sites for the generation of immune tolerance, migration of CD4 + T cells, and induction of Tregs. Despite the importance of LNs in regulation of inflammatory responses, the LN-specific factors that regulate T cell migration and the precise LN structural domains in which differentiation occurs remain undefined. Using intravital and fluorescent microscopy, we found that alloreactive T cells traffic distinctly into the tolerant LN and colocalize in exclusive regions with alloantige…

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