TITLE

The Emerging Complexity of γδT17 Cells

AUTHOR(S)
McKenzie, Duncan R.; Comerford, Iain; Silva-Santos, Bruno; McColl, Shaun R.
PUB. DATE
April 2018
SOURCE
Frontiers in Immunology;4/20/2018, p1
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Preprogrammed IL-17-producing γδ T cells constitute a poorly understood class of lymphocytes that express rearranged antigen receptors but appear to make little use of them. γδT17 cells were first characterized as tissue-resident sentinels with innate effector function. However, ongoing research continues to reveal unexpected complexity to this unusual subset, including phenotypic plasticity, memory-like activity and unique migratory behavior. Despite these advances, at the core of γδT17 cell biology remain fundamental gaps in knowledge: Are γδT17 cells truly innate or has the importance of the T cell receptor been overlooked? How unique are they among IL-17-producing lymphocytes? How similar are these cells between mice and humans? We speculate that answering these unresolved questions is key to successful manipulation of γδ T cells in clinical settings.
ACCESSION #
129345737

 

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