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Bronchial epithelial cells cultured from clinically stable lung allograft patients promote the development of macrophages from monocytes rather than dendritic cells

By C Ward, K Eger, J Diboll, D Jones, M A Haniffa, M Brodlie, A Fisher, J L Lordan, P A Corris and C M U Hilkens
Topics: Lung Transplantation
Publisher: BMJ Publishing Group
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