Development of effector regulatory T cells
Professor Axel Kallies
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After exiting the thymus, Treg cells undergo further differentiation in the periphery. During this process they acquire full suppressive capacity, including IL-10 production, and further diversify into multiple specialised Treg cell types that can enter distinct tissues. Here effector Treg cells exert critical functions such as repressing tissue inflammation, mediating tissue repair and regulating metabolism. This project examines the molecular control of effector Treg cell development, diversification and function.
Kallies laboratory: Molecular immunology
Faculty Research Themes
Infection and Immunology, Cancer
School Research Themes
Cancer in Biomedicine, Molecular Mechanisms of Disease
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