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Anergic T lymphocytes selectively express an integrin regulatory protein of the cytohesin family.Academic Article Why?
Functional and molecular comparison of anergic and regulatory T lymphocytes.Academic Article Why?
Stat signals release activated naive Th cells from an anergic checkpoint.Academic Article Why?
Tob is a negative regulator of activation that is expressed in anergic and quiescent T cells.Academic Article Why?
Anergy during pregnancy.Academic Article Why?
CTLA-4 regulates induction of anergy in vivo.Academic Article Why?
Instability of delayed-type hypersensitivity skin test anergy in human immunodeficiency virus infection.Academic Article Why?
NFAT1 supports tumor-induced anergy of CD4(+) T cells.Academic Article Why?
Role of interleukin 12 and costimulators in T cell anergy in vivo.Academic Article Why?
Anti-CD3-induced anergy in cloned human Th0, Th1, and Th2 cells.Academic Article Why?
Chronic immune activation associated with intestinal helminth infections results in impaired signal transduction and anergy.Academic Article Why?
Cutting edge: contributions of apoptosis and anergy to systemic T cell tolerance.Academic Article Why?
Helper T cell anergy: from biochemistry to cancer pathophysiology and therapeutics.Academic Article Why?
Homeostatic proliferation as an isolated variable reverses CD8+ T cell anergy and promotes tumor rejection.Academic Article Why?
How suppressor cells led to anergy, costimulation, and beyond.Academic Article Why?
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