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Exp. Med. 178:951–60 Herzenberg LA, Kantor AB. 1993. B-cell lineages exist in the mouse. Immunol. Today 14:79–83; discussion 8–90 Wortis HH, Berland R. 2001. Cutting edge commentary: origins of B-1 cells. J. Immunol. 166:2163–66 Stall AM, Adams S, Herzenberg LA, Kantor AB. 1992. sgm LaTeX2e(2002/01/18) TWO LIVES INTERTWINED 42. Annu. Rev. Immunol. 22:1-31. org by HINARI on 09/01/07. For personal use only. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. 51. development of the murine B-1b (Ly-1 B sister) cell population.

Many different CLRs are expressed by immature monocyte-derived DCs (5), such as the MR (CD206) (19), DEC-205 (CD205) (20), DC-SIGN (CD209) (21), BCDA-2 (22), Dectin-1 (23), DCIR (24), DCAL-1 (25), C-LEC (26), and DC-ASGPR (27)/MGL-1 (28). In contrast, only a few Ctype lectins have been identified on blood DCs and Langerhans cells. Langerhans cells express specifically Langerin (CD207) (29) and DEC-205, whereas plasmacytoid DCs express BDCA-2, Dectin-1, and DEC-205. Many C-type lectins are not exclusively expressed by DCs but are also expressed by other APCs such as macrophages.

J. Immunol. 6:288–92 Hardy RR, Hayakawa K, Haaijman J, Herzenberg LA. 1982. B-cell subpopulations identified by two-colour fluorescence analysis. Nature 297:589–91 Hardy RR, Hayakawa K, Parks DR, Herzenberg LA. 1983. Demonstration of B-cell maturation in X-linked immunodeficient mice by simultaneous three-colour immunofluorescence. Nature 306:270–72 Hardy RR, Hayakawa K, Parks DR, Herzenberg LA. 1984. Murine B cell differentiation lineages. J. Exp. Med. 159:1169– 88 Hayakawa K, Hardy RR, Parks DR, Herzenberg LA.

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