How Foxp3 protein may govern regulatory T cell genome structure :hmn

Regulatory T cells (Treg) cells are specialised immune cells that are essential for maintaining peripheral tolerance, preventing autoimmune diseases, and limiting chronic inflammatory diseases. However, they also limit beneficial responses by suppressing sterilising immunity and limiting antitumour immunity.1 Understanding how they work is crucial for determining how they may be manipulated to encourage the destruction …

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