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Metabolic Adaptation of Human CD4+ and CD8+ T-Cells to T-Cell Receptor-Mediated Stimulation / Nicholas Jones; James Cronin; Garry Dolton; Silvia Panetti; Andrea J. Schauenburg; Sarah A. E. Galloway; Andrew K. Sewell; David K. Cole; Catherine Thornton; Nigel Francis

Frontiers in Immunology, Volume: 8, Issue: 1516

Swansea University Authors: Nicholas, Jones, James, Cronin, Catherine, Thornton, Nigel, Francis

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Linking immunometabolic adaptation to T-cell function provides insight for the development of new therapeutic approaches in multiple disease settings. T-cell activation and downstream effector functions of CD4+ and CD8+ T-cells are controlled by the strength of interaction between the T-cell recepto...

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