dendritic cell


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dendritic cell

[den′drid·ik ¦sel]
(cell and molecular biology)
A specialized cell of the lymphoid reticuloendothelial system that presents antigens for detection by lymphocytes.
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Follicular dendritic cell sarcoma: a report of six cases and a review of the Chinese literature.
Follicular dendritic cell sarcoma is a rare neoplasm with follicular dendritic cell differentiation, which typically has an indolent course, but should be considered at least an intermediate-grade tumor given its metastatic potential.
Dendritic cell therapy is widely recognized in the research literature as safe, with minimal toxicity at the lowest level (Grade 1).
The purpose of the study was to observe the effect of fuzhengyiliufa integrative treatment on the infiltration and activation of dendritic cells in the primary foci of prostate cancer.
Interdigitating dendritic cell sarcoma of the duodenum with rapidly fatal course: a case report and review of the literature.
The automated system developed by NWBT maintains this very high level of precision and purity of dendritic cells in DCVax.
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Follicular dendritic cells in the alternative antigen transport pathway: microenvironment, cellular events, age and retrovirus related alterations.
The extracted cells are known as dendritic cells (DCs), a class of immune cells known to play a pivotal role in starting an immune response.
Researchers examined a glycoprotein embedded in the dendritic cell membrane, known as DC-specific lectin-2 or dectin-2, which are found in Langerhan's cells.