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Prof. Gudrun Debes: B- and T cell circulation through inflamed skin

29.9.2017

B- and T cell circulation through inflamed skin
Prof. Gudrun Debes

Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, USA

Circulatory and tissue-resident lymphocytes are key players of the skin immune system and are involved in both protective and pathologic skin immune responses. We analyzed the role of T cell tissue egress in T cell mediated skin inflammation as well as the potential of IL-10 producing innate-like B cells to migrate into skin. The results demonstrate novel potential pathways in the regulation of skin inflammation.

Gudrun Debes, DVM
Assistant Professor
Department of Microbiology and Immunology
Thomas Jefferson University
BLSB 526, 233 South 10th St.
Philadelphia, PA 19107
Phone: +1-215-955-6971 (office)
Phone: +1-215-955-2722 (lab)
Email: gudrun.debes@jefferson.edu

Gudrun Debes