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Figure 2 | Journal for ImmunoTherapy of Cancer

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From: Invariant natural killer T cells regulate anti-tumor immunity by controlling the population of dendritic cells in tumor and draining lymph nodes

Figure 2

Blocking CD1d enhances DC numbers in 4T1 tumor-bearing WT mice. WT mice were inoculated with 4T1 cells on day 0. On days 3, 7 and 11 mice were given either PBS (A) or Isotype mAb (B-F) (black bars) or anti-CD1d mAb (A-F) (white bars) i.p. (A) Tumors and dLN were excised on day 13, and tissue sections stained with anti-CD11c mAb. Numbers are the mean ± SD of 3 mice/group. Results are representative of two experiments. (B-F) In a separate experiment using the same blocking regimen, tumors were digested for flow cytometry analysis of dissociated cells (N = 9/group). To obtain sufficient material, each sample was prepared by pooling tumors from 3 mice, and 3 independent samples/group analyzed. (B) Samples were gated on CD45 + CD11c + cells, and analyzed for expression of (B) CD8α, and (C) CD40, (D) CD86, (E) CD70 and (F) MHC Class I molecules. * p < 0.05, ** p < 0.005.

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