Immune regulatory function of B cells.

@article{Mauri2012ImmuneRF,
  title={Immune regulatory function of B cells.},
  author={Claudia Mauri and Anneleen Bosma},
  journal={Annual review of immunology},
  year={2012},
  volume={30},
  pages={
          221-41
        }
}
B cells are regarded for their capacity to produce antibody. However, recent advances in B cell biology have capitalized on old findings and demonstrated that B cells also release a broad variety of cytokines. As with T helper cells, B cells can be classified into subsets according to the cytokine milieu that they produce. One functional B cell subset, regulatory B cells (Bregs), has recently been shown to contribute to the maintenance of the fine equilibrium required for tolerance. Bregs… CONTINUE READING
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