Regulation of Regulatory T Cells
This introductory paper reviews new ideas concerning regulatory T cells, in the fields of hyperreactivity, cytokine balance, and desequestration of self-antigens. It also summarises an older and more troubled theme in network research, the influence on these cells of IgV regions.
KeywordsReactive Arthritis Yersinia Enterocolitica Heavy Chain Gene Lepromatous Leprosy Lyme Arthritis
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