Increased pro-inflammatory regulatory T Cells correlate with the plasticity of T helper cell differentiation in asthma

J. Hou (Yinchuan, China), L. Xin (Yinchuan, China), J. Gao (Yinchuan, China), C. Tian (Yinchuan, China), W. Ma (Yinchuan, China), Z. Tian (Yinchuan, China), X. Zheng (Yinchuan, China)

Source: International Congress 2018 – Understanding the immunopathology that underlies airway obstructive diseases
Session: Understanding the immunopathology that underlies airway obstructive diseases
Session type: Poster Discussion
Number: 4993
Disease area: Airway diseases

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