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The introduction of antigen into the anterior chamber (AC) of the eye induces the production of antigen-specific splenic CD8(+) regulatory T cells (AC-SPL cells) that suppress a delayed-type(More)
Activation-induced cell death (AICD) as well as programmed cell death (PCD) serve to control the expansion of activated T cells to limit untoward side effects of continued effector responses by T(More)
CD4+ T cells naturally expressing CD25 molecules (natural T regulatory cells (Tregs)) have a role in maintaining self tolerance and in regulating responses to infectious agents, transplantation Ags,(More)