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Division of labor and cooperation between dendritic cells

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Cooperation between dendritic cell subtypes and a newly identified function for interleukin 15 demonstrate the complexity surrounding the initial events required for effective antipathogen immunity.

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  1. Bali Pulendran is with the Emory Vaccine Center, Atlanta, Georgia 30329, USA. bpulend@rmy.emory.edu

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