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Provides an extensive flow cytometric study of the antigenic phenotype of human dendritic cells.
Surveys the cytokines and chemokines produced by human dendritic cells.
Details procedures for generating dendritic cells from monocytes.
Contributed by Thomas F. Tedder and
Paul J. Jansen Duke University Medical Center Durham, North Carolina
Isolation and Generation of Human Dendritic Cells
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