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Langerhans Cells: Langerhans cells are a type of dendritic cell and also a form of immune cell. Langerhans cells play an important role in protecting the body from infection by stimulating T cells. They are located in the epidermis.
Conditions that can afflict Langerhans cells include HIV and Langerhans histiocytosis.
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