Innate B Cells Tell ILC How It's Done

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Abstract

Innate lymphoid cells (ILCs) are known as first responders to infections and as instructors of subsequent CD4+ T cell cytokine profiles. In this issue of Immunity, Fan and colleagues now demonstrate that even earlier responding innate-like B cells (NKB) induce these protective ILC responses.

Innate lymphoid cells (ILCs) are known as first responders to infections and as instructors of subsequent CD4+ T cell cytokine profiles. Fan and colleagues now demonstrate that even earlier responding innate-like B cells (NKB) induce these protective ILC responses.

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