Conventional dendritic cells
Conventional dendritic cells (cDCs) are innate immune cells. The term cDC refers to all DCs other than plasmacytoid DCs. They reside in tissues and, following tissue infection or injury, they become activated and migrate to draining lymph nodes to promote adaptive immune responses.
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