Studies on Langerhans Cell Phenotype in Human Afferent Skin Lymph from Allergic Contact Dermatitis View Full Text


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1995

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Ch. U. Brand , Th. Hunziker , H. A. Gerber , Th. Schaffner , A. Limat , L. R. Braathen

ABSTRACT

It is generally accepted that the bone marrow-derived epidermal Langerhans cells (LC), together with keratinocytes, represent the most peripheral outpost of the immune system, and that they play a major role in antigen presentation1–3. Circulating in the blood, LC or their bone-marrow-derived precursors leave the dermal postcapillary venules and populate the epidermis. After taking up appropiate antigens, they migrate via the lymphatic vessels to the paracortex of the regional lymph nodes, where they present the processed antigens to T-cells. Investigations in animals4–6 sustain these hypothesis on the role of LC in the skin immune system, but in humans the suggested migration of LC has still to be verified. In allergic skin disorders, the phenotype of LC migrating in the afferent lymph towards the regional lymph nodes is of considerable interest. Currently, the CDla antigen is still accepted as a reliable cell surface marker for immunocytochemical identification of LC1. Ultrastructurally, the main marker for LC are the so called Birbeck granules (BG)7. Formed from the cytomembrane, BG may possess an endocytotic capacity, which enables the transport of extracellular solutes to the endosomal system8. While the origin and function of LC and the role of BG are increasingly understood, there is controversy concerning the sensitivity of BG as a LC marker, since in vitro and in vivo data indicate that the phenotype of LC essentially depends on the microenvironment in which they reside1,9,10. So far, LC were extensively investigated in human skin diseases, mainly through biopsies. In contrast, data on LC in the afferent human skin lymph are still scarce11–13. More... »

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523-525

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