Apr 24, 2018 Last Updated 10:38 AM, Apr 20, 2018

Multifaceted interactions between adaptive immunity and the central nervous system.

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In this review, recently published on Science, Dr. Jonathan Kipnis summarizes the cellular and molecular mechanisms behind the role of lymphocytes in inducing and modulating immune tolerance in the CNS, with particular attention to the trafficking of immune cells and solubile factors throughout the meningeal lymphatic vessels and peripheral deep cervical lymph nodes.     

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