H. polygyrus infection mediates regulatory T cell function in the gut of mice.

Stoyanoff, Korynn.

Abstract: Regulatory T cells are crucial for maintaining homeostasis in the body. These cells come in many varieties and serve different roles based on their location, induction, and protein repertoire. The transcription factor Foxp3, marks an especially important group of regulatory T cells that can further be divided based on their classification as CD4+ or CD8+ and their ability to produce othe... read more

Sackler School of Graduate Biomedical Sciences. Department of Immunology.
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