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Concurent Symposium Sessions
  Wednesday, September 26
Natcher Conference Center
Symposia Session II

Immune Cell Dynamics: From Movies to Monkeys to Models and Disease

10:30 am to 12:30 pm

Ronald N. Germain, NIAID

Natcher Conference Center - Balcony B

This mini-symposium deals immunologic responses at both the level of individual cell behavior and in terms of population dynamics. Talks will focus on how cell dynamics and population changes affect immunity or inflammation, and will include imaging of lymphocyte migration in lymphoid tissues and elsewhere, discussion of the alterations in lymphocyte composition that occur with HIV and lentivirus infection, and analysis of the role that chemokines have in disease susceptibility or resistance.


Imaging of Immune Cell Migration and Function in Lymphoid Ttissues and the Periphery
Ronald N. Germain, NIAID

Lymphocyte Dynamics in the Intestine following HIV Infection
Danny Douek, NIAID

Modeling of Lymphocyte Compartment Changes during Normal States and in Lentiviral Iinfection
William E. Paul, NIAID

Chemokines and Cell Migration in Disease Susceptibility and Resistance
Philip Murphy, NIAID

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