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Cannabinoids as novel anti-inflammatory drugs.
TLDR
This review will focus on the potential use of cannabinoids as a new class of anti-inflammatory agents against a number of inflammatory and autoimmune diseases that are primarily triggered by activated T cells or other cellular immune components.
Coexpression of TIGIT and FCRL3 Identifies Helios+ Human Memory Regulatory T Cells
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It is shown that the TIGIT/FCRL3 combination allows reliable identification of Helios+ Treg cells even in highly activated conditions in vitro as well as in PBMCs of autoimmune patients.
Engineered antigen-specific human regulatory T cells: immunosuppression of FVIII-specific T- and B-cell responses.
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Efficient production and properties of engineered antigen-specific Tregs are reported, created by transduction of a recombinant T-cell receptor obtained from a hemophilia A subject's T- cell clone, into expanded human FoxP3(+) T Regs, suggesting potential utility to treat anti-FVIII inhibitory antibody formation in hemophili A patients.
Helios Controls a Limited Subset of Regulatory T Cell Functions
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It is shown that the selective deletion of Helios in Tregs leads to slow, progressive systemic immune activation, hypergammaglobulinemia, and enhanced germinal center formation in the absence of organ-specific autoimmunity.
The transcription factor Bhlhe40 is a switch of inflammatory versus antiinflammatory Th1 cell fate determination
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It is shown that Bhlhe40-deficient CD4 Th1 cells produced less IFN-&ggr; but substantially more IL-10 than wild-type Th 1 cells both in vitro and in vivo, and that transcription factor Bhlle40 is a molecular switch for determining the fate of inflammatory and antiinflammatory Th1 Cells.
Multiple anti‐inflammatory pathways triggered by resveratrol lead to amelioration of staphylococcal enterotoxin B‐induced lung injury
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The therapeutic effectiveness of resveratrol, a plant polyphenol, during SEB‐induced lung inflammation is investigated, finding it to be effective during both acute lung inflammation and respiratory failure.
CD1d-Independent Activation of Invariant Natural Killer T Cells by Staphylococcal Enterotoxin B through Major Histocompatibility Complex Class II/T Cell Receptor Interaction Results in Acute Lung
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Evidence is provided for a novel CD1d-independent direct activation of iNKT cells involving a microbial protein superantigen presented in the context of major histocompatibility complex class II (MHC-II), which plays a critical role in pathogenesis, thereby redefining the role of i NKT cells.
Eos Is Redundant for Regulatory T Cell Function but Plays an Important Role in IL-2 and Th17 Production by CD4+ Conventional T Cells
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The studies are not consistent with a role for Eos in Treg development and function but demonstrate that Eos plays an important role in the activation and differentiation of Tconvs.
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