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Transplant immunology

Our preliminary data supported this hypothesis since when we look at transplanted tissue in mice, we see not only T cells in allografts that are rejecting, but also macrophages which express chemokines MIG and IP-10.
MIG and IP-10 are two hormone -like substances that are made by macrophages only.