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T and B Cells Are Not Required for Clearing Staphylococcus aureus in Systemic Infection Despite a Strong TLR2 MyD88 Dependent T Cell Activation This information is current as of February 28 2011 Mathias Schmaler Naja J Jann Fabrizia Ferracin and Regine Landmann J Immunol 2011 186 443 452 Prepublished online 3 December 2010 doi 10 4049 jimmunol 1001407 http www jimmunol org content 186 1 443 Subscriptions Permissions Email Alerts This article cites 60 articles 25 of which can be accessed free at http www jimmunol org content 186 1 443 full html ref list 1 Information about subscribing to The Journal of Immunology is online at http www jimmunol org subscriptions Submit copyright permission requests at http www aai org ji copyright html Receive free email alerts when new articles cite this article Sign up at http www jimmunol org etoc subscriptions shtml The Journal of Immunology is published twice each month by The American Association of Immunologists Inc 9650 Rockville Pike Bethesda MD 20814 3994 Copyright 2011 by The American Association of Immunologists Inc All rights reserved Print ISSN 0022 1767 Online ISSN 1550 6606 Downloaded from www jimmunol org on February 28 2011 References The Journal of Immunology T and B Cells Are Not Required for Clearing Staphylococcus aureus in Systemic Infection Despite a Strong TLR2 MyD88 Dependent T Cell Activation Mathias Schmaler Naja J Jann Fabrizia Ferracin and Regine Landmann S uccessful immune defenses against pathogens results from an immediate innate and a long lasting specific response both processes are tightly connected Dendritic cells DCs are indispensable for the initiation and orchestration of adaptive immunity 1 2 In peripheral organs immature DCs phagocytose invading pathogens and become concurrently activated through pattern recognition receptors PRRs that sense conserved patterns on the microorganism These pathogen associated molecular patterns induce maturation of DCs including upregulation of MHC class II and



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