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This has been subsequently confirmed using calcium-mobilization assays and in vivo leukocyte recruitment assays, and extended to demonstrate that both the CD4+and CD8+ T lymphocyte subsets respond to MIP-4 (36a). The highly restricted pattern of expression ofMIP-4, and the fact that it appears to specifically attract naive CD4+ and CD8+ T lymphocytes suggests that this chemokine may play a critical role in antigen presentation to T cells during immune priming. Further insights into the biological role of this chemokine should be gained when a receptor for MIP-4 is identified.
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