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Spatial and Temporal Mapping of Human Innate Lymphoid Cells Reveals Elements of Tissue Specificity (Immunity)
 




Innate lymphoid cells (ILC) critically regulate tissue immunity and homeostasis in mice, but limited access to healthy human tissues has hindered efforts to profile anatomically-distinct ILCs in humans. Yudanin and colleagues provide a comprehensive map of the spatial and temporal dynamics regulating the anatomical distribution, subset heterogeneity, and functional potential of ILCs in non-diseased human tissues.


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