Description of CD8 Regulatory T Lymphocytes and Their Specific Intervention in Graft-versus-Host and Infectious Diseases, Autoimmunity, and Cancer

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hepatitis C 2 infectiousdiseases
infectious disease 3 infectiousdiseases
tuberculosis 2 infectiousdiseases
visceral leishmaniasis 1 infectiousdiseases

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hepatitis C 21284 action of the vaccine against M. tuberculosis [[93], [94]] (Figure 2).In individuals coinfected with hepatitis C and human immunodeficiency viruses, the TGF-β produced by CD8+ Treg lymphocytes reduces the levels
hepatitis C 21399 human immunodeficiency viruses, the TGF-β produced by CD8+ Treg lymphocytes reduces the levels of hepatitis C virus-specific effector T lymphocytes. This effect is reversed by blocking TGF-β and IL-10 produced
infectious disease 20142 autoimmune diseases, cancer, and GVHD (Table 1).1.5. CD8+ Treg Lymphocytes in Infectious DiseasesIn infectious disease s, CD8+ Treg lymphocytes reduce immune response against pathogens, which is beneficial to prevent tissue
infectious disease 40876 CD8+ Treg lymphocyte participation vary between the pathologies in which the cells play a role. In infectious disease s, it is desirable for the lymphocytes to counter the exacerbated inflammation produces as a response
infectious disease 44791 antigen-presenting cell; CTLA-4: cytotoxic T-lymphocyte antigen 4.Figure 2Participation of CD8+ Treg lymphocytes in infectious disease s. In an infection with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), CD8+ T lymphocyte has a phenotype CD28−CD127loCD39+
tuberculosis 20487 against the pathogen. As an example, the mycobacteria have coexisted with humans for a long time, as M. tuberculosis . These bacteria possess different evasion strategies, like the capacity to induce suppressant activity
tuberculosis 21216 lymphocyte population, which has been related to the low protective action of the vaccine against M. tuberculosis [[93], [94]] (Figure 2).In individuals coinfected with hepatitis C and human immunodeficiency viruses,
visceral leishmaniasis 23377 proliferation [[98]] (Figure 2).In parasitic infections, CD8+ regulatory T lymphocytes have been found in visceral leishmaniasis patients who express CTLA-4 and produce IL-10 [[99]] (Figure 2). When dermal sequelae are caused by

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