Polymorphonuclear neutrophils and T lymphocytes: strange bedfellows or brothers in arms?

  • Müller I
  • Munder M
  • Kropf P
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Polymorphonuclear neutrophils (PMN) are linked invariably to the innate immune response, particularly to the defence against bacterial infection. T lymphocytes are studied mainly in virus infections, the defence against tumours, the development and progression of chronic inflammatory processes, in autoimmune phenomena and in materno-fetal tolerance. There is, however, increasing evidence for communication and interactions between PMN and T cells that we discuss here in the context of different physiological and pathological conditions, including acute and chronic inflammatory disease, defence against tumours, and maintenance of pregnancy. © 2009 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

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  • Ingrid Müller

  • Markus Munder

  • Pascale Kropf

  • Gertrud Maria Hänsch

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