Chang H. Kim Pages 1136 - 1143 ( 8 )
The important roles of FoxP3+ T cells in many immunological or cancerous diseases are now well established. The research field is now moving in the direction to fine-control the generation, migration, expansion, and function of FoxP3+ cells in an effort to prevent and cure specific types of diseases. Potential molecular targets to regulate FoxP3+ T cells are reviewed in this article.
FoxP3, regulatory T cells, tolerance, diseases, migration, chemokine receptors
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