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dendritic reticulin cells (DRC)

Cells of bone marrow origin whose job is to present antigens from foreign agents to the immune cells to allow the development of immunity. These cells may one day be used in therapy to enhance the immune system against cancer cells.

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Last updated on April 17th, 2023

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