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Cbf-β is required for the development, differentiation, and function of murine mucosal-associated invariant T cells

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Acknowledgements

We would like to thank the NIH tetramer core for providing tetramers, Peter Dimitrion, Nirmal Parajuli for performing tamoxifen injections, and Karla Passalacqua for assistance with editing the manuscript. JST acknowledges AN for support of this work.

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QSM and LZ conceived and designed the project. TL, JST, KS, QY, and JW harvested and processed mouse tissues. TL and JST designed and performed the flow cytometry experiments. JST, TL, and IL analyzed the data. JST, TL, and QSM wrote the manuscript with feedback from all authors.

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Liu, T., Toor, J.S., Subedi, K. et al. Cbf-β is required for the development, differentiation, and function of murine mucosal-associated invariant T cells. Cell Mol Immunol 19, 1314–1316 (2022). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41423-022-00920-y

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