Antigen Recognition Is Facilitated by Invadosome-like Protrusions Formed by Memory/Effector T Cells

The Journal of Immunology, 04/13/2012

Careful re–examination of both traditional APC models and professional APCs suggests broad relevance for invadosome/podosome–like protrusions (ILPs) in facilitating Ag recognition. Together, the results indicate that ILPs function as sensory organelles that serve as actuators of immune surveillance.

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