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Remembrance of things past

Nature Immunology volume 1, pages 375376 (2000) | Download Citation

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Lymphocyte memory—is there a requirement for the continual presence of antigen or not? In a recent issue of Nature an elegant series of genetic manipulations from Maruyama et al. makes a strong case for the persistence of B cell memory in the absence of antigen.

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