Bhavana Priyadharshini

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The peripheral naïve T cell pool is comprised of a heterogeneous population of cells at various stages of development, which is a process that begins in the thymus and is completed after a post-thymic maturation phase in the periphery. One hallmark of naïve T cells in secondary lymphoid organs is their unique ability to produce TNF rapidly after activation(More)
Foxp3 + regulatory T cells (T regs) are required for immune homeostasis. One notable distinction between conventional T cells (T conv) and T regs is differential phosphatidylinositol 3-kinase (PI3K) activity: only T conv downregulate PTEN, the primary negative regulator of PI3K, upon activation. Here, we show that control of PI3K in T regs is essential for(More)
— Nowadays almost most of the countries are forcing the motor riders to wear the helmet and not to use the vehicles when the person is in drunken condition. But still in many places, the rules are being violated by the users. In order to overcome this problem, an intelligent system has been embedded in the helmet itself. The signal detected by IR sensor(More)
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