Artificial engineering of secondary lymphoid organs

Jonathan K. H. Tan, Takeshi Watanabe

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Abstract

Secondary lymphoid organs such as spleen and lymph nodes are highly organized immune structures essential for the initiation of immune responses. They display distinct B cell and T cell compartments associated with specific stromal follicular dendritic cells and fibroblastic reticular cells, respectively. Interweaved through the parenchyma is a conduit system that distributes small antigens and chemokines directly to B and T cell zones. While most structural aspects between lymph nodes and spleen are common, the entry of lymphocytes, antigen-presenting cells, and antigen into lymphoid tissues is regulated differently, reflecting the specialized functions of each organ in filtering either lymph or blood. The overall organization of lymphoid tissue is vital for effective antigen screening and recognition, and is a feature which artificially constructed lymphoid organoids endeavor to replicate. Synthesis of artificial lymphoid tissues is an emerging field that aims to provide therapeutic application for the treatment of severe infection, cancer, and age-related involution of secondary lymphoid tissues. The development of murine artificial lymphoid tissues has benefited greatly from an understanding of organogenesis of lymphoid organs, which has delineated cellular and molecular elements essential for the recruitment and organization of lymphocytes into lymphoid structures. Here, the field of artificial lymphoid tissue engineering is considered including elements of lymphoid structure and development relevant to organoid synthesis.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationADVANCES IN IMMUNOLOGY, VOL 105
EditorsFW Alt, KF Austen, T Honjo, F Melchers, JW Uhr, ER Unanue
PublisherElsevier
Pages131-157
Number of pages27
ISBN (Print)978-0-12-381302-2
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2010
Externally publishedYes

Publication series

NameAdvances in Immunology
PublisherELSEVIER ACADEMIC PRESS INC
Volume105
ISSN (Print)0065-2776

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Tan, J. K. H., & Watanabe, T. (2010). Artificial engineering of secondary lymphoid organs. In FW. Alt, KF. Austen, T. Honjo, F. Melchers, JW. Uhr, & ER. Unanue (Eds.), ADVANCES IN IMMUNOLOGY, VOL 105 (pp. 131-157). (Advances in Immunology; Vol. 105). Elsevier. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0065-2776(10)05005-4
Tan, Jonathan K. H. ; Watanabe, Takeshi. / Artificial engineering of secondary lymphoid organs. ADVANCES IN IMMUNOLOGY, VOL 105. editor / FW Alt ; KF Austen ; T Honjo ; F Melchers ; JW Uhr ; ER Unanue. Elsevier, 2010. pp. 131-157 (Advances in Immunology).
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Tan, JKH & Watanabe, T 2010, Artificial engineering of secondary lymphoid organs. in FW Alt, KF Austen, T Honjo, F Melchers, JW Uhr & ER Unanue (eds), ADVANCES IN IMMUNOLOGY, VOL 105. Advances in Immunology, vol. 105, Elsevier, pp. 131-157. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0065-2776(10)05005-4

Artificial engineering of secondary lymphoid organs. / Tan, Jonathan K. H.; Watanabe, Takeshi.

ADVANCES IN IMMUNOLOGY, VOL 105. ed. / FW Alt; KF Austen; T Honjo; F Melchers; JW Uhr; ER Unanue. Elsevier, 2010. p. 131-157 (Advances in Immunology; Vol. 105).

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Tan JKH, Watanabe T. Artificial engineering of secondary lymphoid organs. In Alt FW, Austen KF, Honjo T, Melchers F, Uhr JW, Unanue ER, editors, ADVANCES IN IMMUNOLOGY, VOL 105. Elsevier. 2010. p. 131-157. (Advances in Immunology). https://doi.org/10.1016/S0065-2776(10)05005-4