Investigating the Effect of Cytokines on the Proliferation and Metabolism of Intraepithelial Lymphocytes

Nicole Salgado Fernandez
The gut is exposed constantly to invading bacterial populations and dietary antigens. To protect it from harm, a complex and diverse network of patrolling immune cells can be found spread throughout the gut and in specialized lymphoid structures. One immune cells type playing a key role in the protection and homeostasis of the gut, are the intraepithelial T-lymphocytes (IELs). This population of T cells, reside within the epithelial layer of the gut and are primarily...
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