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, This report describes EILP that are multipotent ILCP for NK cells and all ILC subsets

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, This report identifies RORgT + ILC precursors in human secondary lymphoid tissues that have capacity to develop into NK cells and ILC subsets in vitro

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, A report demonstrating that ILC are tissue-resident immune effector cells that represent innate versions of tissue memory T cells

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, With 41*, the identification of unusual EOMES + liver-resident ILC1 subsets in humans

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, With 43**, characterization of transcription factors and their targets that drive tissueresidency of mouse and human T cells

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, With 55*, a description of phenotypic and functional plasticity in mouse intestinal ILC3 subsets that have lost NKp46 expression

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, With 57**, 58** and 59**, a series of reports describing ILC2 plasticity in humans and mice characterized by a transition to ILC1-like phenotypes in inflamed tissues

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, With 61** and 62** a series of reports describing the regulomes and transcriptomes of human and mouse ILC subsets by ATACseq, histone ChIPseq and RNAseq approahes