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killed and removed, one would expect them to be absent in the female animal (exclusive to positively selected thymocytes that continue development). However, their results show a significantly larger number of thymic nurse cells containing thymocytes (selected to live) in female mice than in male mice. These data show that thymic nurse cells are not only capable of internalizing thymocytes that have been selected to die, but also possess the capacity to take up thymocytes that have been selected to live via positive selection.


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23-May-2007


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