TS cells and immune tolerance induction: a regulatory renaissance?

CD8+ TS cells induce antigen-specific tolerance. The TS cells may do this by increasing the expression of inhibitory receptor ILT3 and ILT4 on DCs, rendering these cells toleregenic to CD4 cells.

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Figure 1: Suppression of alloreactive immune responses by T cells.

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