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Microbial Symbionts Accelerate Wound Healing via the Neuropeptide Hormone Oxytocin

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Adoptive cell transfer of Foxp3+ Tregs.

Spleen and mesenteric lymph nodes from C57BL/6 donor mice are sorted for CD4+GFP+ (Foxp3+) regulatory T cells. Collected cells are transferred to lymphocyte-naive Rag2–/– C57BL/6 recipients. Transferred Foxp3+ cells migrate to the skin, where they act during wound healing.

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