Human mucosal-associated invariant t cells in older individuals display expanded tcrαβ clonotypes with potent antimicrobial responses

Liyen Loh, Nicholas A. Gherardin, Sneha Sant, Ludivine Grzelak, Jeremy Chase Crawford, Nicola L. Bird, Hui Fern Koay, Carolien E. Van De Sandt, Marcela L. Moreira, Martha Lappas, E. Kaitlynn Allen, Jane Crowe, Thomas Loudovaris, Katie L. Flanagan, Kylie M. Quinn, Jamie Rossjohn, Paul G. Thomas, Sidonia B.G. Eckle, James McCluskey, Dale I. GodfreyKatherine Kedzierska

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