Regulatory T cells (Treg cells) are a small subset of immune cells that are dedicated to curbing excessive immune activation and maintaining immune homeostasis. Accordingly, deficiencies in Treg cell development or function result in uncontrolled immune responses and tissue destruction and can lead to inflammatory disorders such as graft-versus-host disease, transplant rejection and autoimmune diseases.
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Regulatory T cells (Treg cells) represent a CD4+ T-cell lineage that plays a critical role in restraining immune responses to self and foreign antigens and associated inflammation. Due to the suppressive function of Treg cells, inhibition or ablation of these cells can be used to boost the immunity against malignant cells.
Forkhead box P3-expressing regulatory T (Treg) cells are essential for self-tolerance, with an emerging role in tissue repair and regeneration. Their ability to traffic to tissue and perform complex therapeutic tasks in response to the tissue microenvironment make them an attractive candidate for drug development.