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Laboratory of Systems Biology

combination photo of a Polarized T cell, polyclonal B cells, dendritic cells, and activated T cells
From L to R: Polarized T cell (cyan) associated with desmin+ / ERTR-7+ (red and green) fibroblastic reticular cell (FRC) fibers; composite image of polyclonal B cells in a lymph node follicle (blue) and the migration tracks of wild-type (red) and SAP KO (green) T cells in the follicle and germinal center; dendritic cells (green) extending ("balloon bodies") into the gut lumen from beneath the villus epithelial cell layer (red); and activated T cells (green) in a BCG-induced liver granuloma surrounded by intact liver sinusoids (red blood tracer) and hepatocytes (blue nuclei)

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Last Updated May 20, 2011