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17 september 2019 17:03:17

 
Activation and In Vivo Evolution of the MAIT Cell Transcriptome in Mice and Humans Reveals Tissue Repair Functionality (Cell Reports)
 




Mucosal-associated invariant T (MAIT) cells are implicated in antibacterial and antiviral immunity. Using RNA sequencing of human MAIT cells stimulated with their cognate ligand and murine MAIT cells stimulated by acute Legionella infection, Hinks et al. report that activation leads to expression of a strong tissue repair signature in both species.


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