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Inflammatory ILC2 cells: disguising themselves as progenitors?

Nature Immunology volume 16, pages 133134 (2015) | Download Citation

Type 2 cytokine–producing innate lymphoid cells (ILC2 cells) can respond to interleukins IL-25 and IL-33. Distinct subsets are now recognized as inflammatory ILC2 cells and natural ILC2 cells that differ in their responses to these cytokines.

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  1. Shigeo Koyasu is with the RIKEN Center for Integrative Medical Sciences, Yokohama, Japan.

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