Candida albicans β-Glucan Differentiates Human Monocytes Into a Specific Subset of Macrophages / Julia Leonhardt, Silke Große, Christian Marx, Fatina Siwczak, Sven Stengel, Tony Bruns, Reinhard Bauer, Michael Kiehntopf, David L. Williams, Zhao-Qi Wang, Alexander S. Mosig, Sebastian Weis, Michael Bauer and Regine Heller

b-glucan, Candida albicans, monocyte survival, monocyte to macrophage differentiation, trained immunity

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Persons: Leonhardt, Julia [Author]; Lindenmüller, Silke [Author]; Marx, Christian [Author]; Siwczak, Fatina [Author]; Stengel, Sven [Author]; Bruns, Tony [Author]; Bauer, Reinhard [Author]; Kiehntopf, Michael [Author]; Williams, David L. [Author]; Wang, Zhao-Qi [Author]; Mosig, Alexander S. [Author]; Weis, Sebastian [Author]; Bauer, Michael [Author]; Heller, Regine [Author]
Format: eArticle
Language(s):English
Publication:2018
Part of:Frontiers in immunology 9(2018) Artikel-Nummer 2818, 13 Seiten
Physical description:Diagramme
ISSN:1664-3224
DOI:10.3389/fimmu.2018.02818