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any small compartment

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small room in which a monk or nun lives

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Follicular dendritic cell sarcoma (FDCS) is a rare intermediate grade sarcoma involving a variety of nodal and extra nodal sites.
Immunohistochemical markers assist in arriving at the diagnosis of FDCS if the appropriate immunohistochemical markers specific for follicular dendritic cell differentiation/FDCS are applied.
During the transformation of monocytes to dendritic cells in the laboratory, it is possible to specifically sensitize those cells to the patient's cancer if tumor tissue is available.
In experiments using dendritic cells from elite controllers, from patients with progressing HIV infection, and cells from uninfected individuals, the investigators found a surprising difference.
The exposure to inactivated HIV allows dendritic cells to deliver their message to white blood cells without harming them.
The quantity of CDla positive dendritic cells after treatment in both groups showed elevated results compared to the quantity of CDla before treatment and the differences demonstrated statistical significance (Fig 1, Fig 2).
HSV-2 infection of dendritic cells amplifies a highly susceptible HIV-1 cell target," PLoS Pathogens 7(6): e1002109.
Follicular dendritic cell sarcoma of the tonsil: A case report and literature review.
These initial manufacturing stages are key to the very high concentration of dendritic cells (which are the critical ingredient) in the finished DCVaxA[R] vaccine.
New research reveals that it may also affect the immune system by altering how dendritic cells respond to biochemical signals [EHP 114:1083-1091; Goth et al.
EpiVaginal tissues are produced from human-derived vaginal epithelial cells in combination with human dendritic cells (DC), the body's immune system sentinels.
Recent research implicates dendritic cells in the pathogenesis of psoriasis and suggests new targets for prevention and treatment, Dr.
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