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Where Do MAIT Cells Fit in the Family of Unconventional T Cells?

By Laurent Gapin

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Mucosal-associated invariant T cells are newly identified subpopulation of T cells. A new study highlights their developmental pathway and functional features that allow these cells to assume a unique position in the family of unconventional T cells

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