Spatiotemporal single-cell profiling reveals that invasive and tissue-resident memory donor CD8+ T cells drive gastrointestinal acute graft-versus-host disease

Victor Tkachev, James Kaminski, E. Lake Potter, Scott N. Furlan, Alison Yu, Daniel J. Hunt, Connor McGuckin, Hengqi Zheng, Lucrezia Colonna, Ulrike Gerdemann, Judith Carlson, Michelle Hoffman, Joe Olvera, Chris English, Audrey Baldessari, Angela Panoskaltsis-Mortari, Benjamin Watkins, Muna Qayed, Yvonne Suessmuth, Kayla BetzBrandi Bratrude, Amelia Langston, John T. Horan, Jose Ordovas-Montanes, Alex K. Shalek, Bruce R. Blazar, Mario Roederer, Leslie S. Kean

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