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Sensing necrosis with Mincle

Nature Immunology volume 9, pages 10991100 (2008) | Download Citation

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The mechanisms that lead to inflammation after necrotic cell death are poorly understood. New data show that the C-type lectin Mincle is involved in this process.

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  1. Gordon D. Brown is with the Institute of Infectious Disease and Molecular Medicine, Clinical Laboratory Sciences, Division of Immunology, University of Cape Town, Observatory 7925, Cape Town, South Africa.  gordon.brown@mweb.co.za

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