Figure 1. T-cells migrate into lymphoid and non-lymphoid tissues. (Fu, 2013)
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Generally, Naïve T lymphocytes are programmed to recirculate predominantly in secondary lymphoid tissues and these primed T cells exert targeted effector responses by identifying specific sites of antigen located in non-lymphoid tissue. Following priming, the trafficking properties of T cells are changed and these activated and effector T cells acquire the ability to effectively and specifically home to other organs that are mediated by tissue-selective adhesion and chemokine receptors.
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Marelli-Berg, F. (2013). T lymphocyte trafficking: molecules and mechanisms. Frontiers in Bioscience. 18(2), p.422.