suppressor T cell

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suppressor T cell

n.
A T cell that reduces or suppresses the immune response of B cells or of other T cells to an antigen.

suppressor T cell

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suppressor T cell

A subpopulation of regulatory T lymphocytes that develop in the thymus gland, that slows or stops a specific immune response.
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In this group, the antihistamine also reversed the enhanced tumor growth normally seen with myeloid derived suppressor cell injection.
Mitogen responsiveness and suppressor cell function in multiple sclerosis: influence of age and disease activity.
Most studies report a disproportionate proliferation of the suppressor cell (CD8) population that leads to a lowering of the helper-suppressor ratio (CD4:CD8 ratio).
is a drug development company focused on discovery, development, and commercialization of suppressor cell modulators (SCMs), a new class of small molecule cancer immunotherapies which enable the immune system to attack cancer by regulating myeloid-derived suppressor cells.
is a drug development company focused on discovery, development, and commercialization of suppressor cell modulators (SCM), a new class of small molecule cancer immunotherapies which enable the immune system to attack cancer by regulating myeloid-derived suppressor cells.
The reports detail a newfound importancefor immune system suppressor cells in controlling human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), a suggestion that the virus sparks an autoimmune attack, and the discovery of a small protein that blocks the virus's binding site on its target cells.
ISLAMABAD -- There are immune cells, known as myeloid derived suppressor cells, that provide a niche where cancer stem cells survive, a new study has found.
Sunitinib, the standard first-line therapy in RCC marketed by Pfizer, is combined in the ongoing phase 3 study with IMA901 to decrease numbers of myeloid-derived suppressor cells.
Ultimately, predominance of these regulatory suppressor cells impairs our response to new infections, promotes reactivation of chronic infections (such as painful shingles), and increases our vulnerability to many cancers.
A US study found that cannabinoids - active compounds in cannabis - triggered biological pathways to generate massive numbers of the cells, known as myeloid-derived suppressor cells (MDSCs).
A US study found that cannabinoids - active compounds in cannabis - activated biological pathways to generate "massive numbers" of the cells, known as myeloid-derived suppressor cells (MDSCs).
In this study, Liu et al identified the role of tumor exosomes in the enhancement of tumor metastasis through the expansion of myeloid-derived suppressor cells.