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Dendritic Cell
Dendritic Cell on a black background by David Hunt
UW-CSI focuses its biology research efforts on the interaction of Dendritic cells and T cells, two cells with complex life cycles and tremendous potential for unlocking the door to the body's immune response. This two-cell system is essential for understanding how the body fights disease and how malfunction of this system can cause auto-immune diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis.
Cell Systems Biology Pages
E. Firpo, R. Kong, Q. Zhou, A. Rudensky, J. Roberts, B. Franza, Antigen-specific dose-dependent system for the study of an inheritable and reversible phenotype in mouse CD4+ T cells, Immunology 2002, vol. 107, pp 480-488

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Department to Bioengineering University of Washington