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See also: crossdress
- To wear clothes typically associated with the opposite sex.
- (immunology) To display (on the surface of a dendritic cell) antigens produced by a different cell.
- 2006 November 1, Brian P. Dolan et al., “Dendritic Cells Cross-Dressed with Peptide MHC Class I Complexes Prime CD8+ T Cells”, in Journal of Immunology, volume 177, number 9, →DOI, pages 6018–6024:
- Such DC are cross-dressed because they are wearing peptide-MHC complexes generated by other cells.
- transvest (formal)
to wear clothes of the opposite sex