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eji2280-sup-0001-s1.pdf96KSupporting Information Figure 1. Graphs represent donor Treg cell recovery (as percentage of total Treg cells) from secondary lymphoid organs of individual recipient mice at (A) 1 week, (B) 4 weeks, or (C) 12 weeks following transfer.
eji2280-sup-0001-s1.pdf96KSupporting Information Figure 2. NoncervLN Treg cells do not accumulate within cervLNs following adoptive transfer.
eji2280-sup-0001-s1.pdf96KSupporting Information Figure 3.Tconv cells do not accumulate site-specifically following adoptive transfer.
eji2280-sup-0001-s1.pdf96KSupporting Information Figure 4. Graphs represent CD69+ (A) and CD69 (B) donor Treg cell recovery (as percentage of total Treg cells) from secondary lymphoid organs of individual recipient mice at 4 weeks posttransfer.
eji2280-sup-0001-s1.pdf96KSupporting Information Figure 5. No enrichment advantage of CD69+ cervLN Treg cells at noncervLN recovery sites.

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