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Graft-versus-host disease results when donor T cells attack immunocompromised hosts. New data show the distinct environment of Peyer's patches triggers the activation of these aggressive anti-host responses.

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Figure 1: Donor T cells must traffic through Peyer's patches to cause lethal GVHD.

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