IDECs are defined as epidermally located, dendritically shaped cells with moderate CD1abut high CD11b expression that lack the LC-specific Birbeck granules (Wollen-

berg et al. 1996). IDECs may be regarded as a well-characterized subset of indeterminate cells. IDECs have been described in many inflammatory skin diseases but do not reach significant numbers in normal human epidermis. The ontogenesis of IDECs is unclear, but there is indirect evidence for a monocyte-derived origin of these cells.

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