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T regulatory cells (Tregs) control immune homeostasis by preventing inappropriate responses to self and nonharmful foreign antigens. Tregs use multiple mechanisms to control immune responses, all of which require these cells to be near their targets of suppression; however, it is not known how Treg-to-target proximity is controlled. Here, we found that(More)
Purpose To examine the remission rates and functional outcomes in an inception cohort of patients with juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JIA). Methods The Research in Arthritis in Canadian Children, emphasizing Outcomes (ReACCh-Out) cohort is a 16-centre inception cohort of patients with JIA enrolled within 1 year of diagnosis. All patients who completed 5(More)
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