Diverse Functions of Mucosal Resident Memory T Cells
by Kimberly Sue Schluns, Kim Klonowski (eds)
Publisher: Frontiers Media SA 2015
Number of pages: 88
Early studies recognized the unique phenotype and attributes of T cells found in mucosal tissues, such as the intestines, skin, lung and female reproductive tract. This special topic issue will cover many aspects of mucosal-resident T cell biology during infection and disease.
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