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Dendritic cells are a sort of antigen-presenting cell (APC) that shape a vital part in the versatile resistant framework. The fundamental capacity of dendritic cells is to present antigens and the cells are in this way now and again alluded to as "expert" APCs. Dendritic cells are found in tissue that has contact with the outside environment, for example, the over the skin (present as Langerhans cells) and in the linings of the nose, lungs, stomach and digestion tracts.
Dendritic cells are professional antigen processing cells. They have a number of receptors that enhance the uptake of antigens, and they are specialized to convert these antigens into MHC-peptide complexes that can be recognized by lymphocytes.
Related Journals of Dendritic Cells
Blood, Molecular Immunology