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Comment on: Evidence of innate lymphoid cell redundancy in humans

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T.A.F. is a member of the scientific advisory board for Cyto-Sen Therapeutics and receives research funding from Celgene, Affimed and Altor BioScience.

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Orange, J.S., Mace, E.M., French, A.R. et al. Comment on: Evidence of innate lymphoid cell redundancy in humans. Nat Immunol 19, 788–789 (2018).

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