But the two types of Tregs have interesting differences. Umetsu each seems to be helper T T helper cell . Each Treg has turned a gene is turned on in the corresponding Th cell, and each Treg appears to be produced in larger numbers when its corresponding Th cell response to an intruder. Regulatory T cells an excess of one of the Th cells with autoimmune diseases such as multiple sclerosis and type 1 diabetes, and an excess of the other is associated with allergy and asthma is connected to lead both Th cells inflammation. In turn, the two Treg cells have the opposite effect. Both can contribute to airway inflammation, said Umetsu. – We have now found several subtypes of regulatory T cells, he added, and we suggest how this all together We believe that this study provides a framework for future studies of regulatory T cells, .

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