CD28 is expressed by macrophages with anti‐inflammatory potential and limits their T‐cell activating capacity

CD28 expression is generally considered to be T lymphocyte specific. We have previously shown CD28 mRNA expression in M-CSF-dependent anti-inflammatory monocyte-derived macrophages (M-MØ), and now demonstrate that CD28 cell surface expression is higher in M-MØ than in GM-CSF-dependent macrophages, a...

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Main Author: Estrada Capetillo, Lizbeth
Other Authors: Domínguez-Soto, Ángeles, Fuentesalz-Romero, Sara, Aragoneses-Fenoll, Laura, Nieto, Concha, Simón-Fuentes, Miriam, Alonso, Bárbara, Portolés, Pilar, Corbí, Ángel L, Rojo, José M, Puig-Kröger, Amaya
Format: Artículo
Published: 2020
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