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T cell Activation

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T cell activation is a crucial checkpoint in adaptive immunity, and this activation depends on the binding parameters that govern the interactions between T cell receptors and peptide-MHC complexes. Here is the latest research.

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The Journal of Clinical Investigation

T follicular regulatory cells and IL-10 promote food antigen-specific IgE

The Journal of Clinical InvestigationApril 8, 2020
Markus M XieAlexander L Dent
Hepatology Communications

Immune Checkpoint Axes Are Dysregulated in Patients With Alcoholic Hepatitis

Hepatology CommunicationsApril 8, 2020
Wei LiQigui Yu
Immunological Reviews

Chemical individuality in T cells: A Garrodian view of immunometabolism

Immunological ReviewsApril 3, 2020
Peter J McGuire
Current HIV Research

Regulatory T Cell Counts and Development of Malignancy in Patients with HIV Infection

Current HIV ResearchApril 3, 2020
Sofia BotiNikolaos V Sipsas

T cell Metabolism in Lupus

ImmunometabolismApril 8, 2020
Milena VukelicGeorge C Tsokos
Journal of Translational Medicine

High-intensity interval training in allogeneic adoptive T-cell immunotherapy - a big HIT?

Journal of Translational MedicineApril 3, 2020
Nele Carolin HeinemannBritta Eiz-Vesper
EMBO Molecular Medicine

Resolving mechanisms of immune-mediated disease in primary CD4 T cells

EMBO Molecular MedicineApril 3, 2020
Christophe BourgesJames C Lee
Signal Transduction and Targeted Therapy

The Agpat4/LPA axis in colorectal cancer cells regulates antitumor responses via p38/p65 signaling in macrophages

Signal Transduction and Targeted TherapyApril 8, 2020
Dapeng ZhangHongming Miao
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews. Nanomedicine and Nanobiotechnology

T-cell targeted pulmonary siRNA delivery for the treatment of asthma

Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews. Nanomedicine and NanobiotechnologyApril 9, 2020
Tobias W M KeilOlivia M Merkel

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