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CD169+macrophages in lymph node and spleen critically depend on dual RANK and LTbetaR signaling

Camara, Abdouramane ; Lavanant, Alice C. ; Abe, Jun ; Desforges, Henri Lee ; Alexandre, Yannick O. ; Girardi, Erika ; Igamberdieva, Zinaida ; Asano, Kenichi ; Tanaka, Masato ; Hehlgans, Thomas ; Pfeffer, Klaus ; Pfeffer, Sébastien ; Mueller, Scott N. ; Stein, Jens V. ; Mueller, Christopher G.


CD169+ macrophages reside in lymph node (LN) and spleen and play an important role in the immune defense against pathogens. As resident macrophages, they are responsive to environmental cues to shape their tissue-specific identity. We have previously shown that LN CD169+ macrophages require RANKL for formation of their niche and their differentiation. Here, we demonstrate that they are also ...


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