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Recording the wild lives of immune cells

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Garris, Christopher S
Arlauckas, Sean P
Weissleder, Ralph
Published in Science Immunology. 2018, vol. 3, no. 27, eaaq0491
Abstract Intravital microscopic imaging can uncover fundamental aspects of immune cell behavior in real time in both healthy and pathological states. Here, we discuss approaches for single-cell imaging of adaptive and innate immune cells to explore how they migrate, communicate, and mediate regulatory or effector functions in various tissues throughout the body. We further review how intravital single-cell imaging can be used to study drug effects on immune cells.
Keywords Adaptive ImmunityAnimalsImmune System/cytologyImmunityInnateIntravital Microscopy
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PMID: 30194240
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Research group Comprendre et manipuler le système immunitaire pour lutter contre le cancer (1024)
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PITTET, Mikaël et al. Recording the wild lives of immune cells. In: Science Immunology, 2018, vol. 3, n° 27, p. eaaq0491. doi: 10.1126/sciimmunol.aaq0491 https://archive-ouverte.unige.ch/unige:154048

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