A 'Tsc, Tsc' keeps the kids quie(scen)t and holds down ROS

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Tuberins, the tumor-suppressor proteins that regulate signaling via the kinase mTOR, now emerge as essential enforcers of T cell quiescence that promote survival.

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Figure 1: Tsc as a gatekeeper for quiescence.

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