About this Research Topic
In this Research Topic we welcome immunologists experts in the field of allorecognition and transplantation to write reviews recapitulating our current knowledge of the cellular and molecular mechanisms involved in allorecognition by cells of the innate and adaptive immune systems throughout evolution. In addition, we will address the processes by which different subsets of lymphocytes present in mammalians recognize alloantigens and how this influences rejection or tolerance of different allogeneic entities such as the fetus or organ and tissue transplants.
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