Life Sciences | Medicine and Health Sciences
B cell antibody production is thought to be crucial for protection against virus infection. In this issue of Immunity, Moseman et al. (2012) illustrate an antibody-independent role for B cells in macrophage activation that prevents virus dissemination after subcutaneous infection.
Khanna, Kamal M. and Lefrancois, Leo, "B Cells, Not Just for Antibody Anymore: The Latest Regulators of Innate Immunity" (2012). Articles - Research. 189.