May 30th, 2013
May 30th, 2013•
CD4+ Regulatory T cells are potent immune-modulators and serve important functions in immune homeostasis. The paucity of these cells in peripheral blood makes functional studies challenging, specifically in the context of HIV-1-infection. We here describe a method to isolate and expand functional CD4+ Tregs from peripheral blood from HIV-1-infected individuals.
Retroviral Transduction of T-cell Receptors in Mouse T-cells
Preparation and Use of HIV-1 Infected Primary CD4+ T-Cells as Target Cells in Natural Killer Cell Cytotoxic Assays
Generation of Induced Regulatory T Cells from Primary Human Naïve and Memory T Cells
Assessing the Innate Sensing of HIV-1 Infected CD4+ T Cells by Plasmacytoid Dendritic Cells Using an Ex vivo Co-culture System.
Derivation of T Cells In Vitro from Mouse Embryonic Stem Cells
Phenotypic and Functional Analysis of Activated Regulatory T Cells Isolated from Chronic Lymphocytic Choriomeningitis Virus-infected Mice
Development of Stem Cell-derived Antigen-specific Regulatory T Cells Against Autoimmunity
SILAC Based Proteomic Characterization of Exosomes from HIV-1 Infected Cells
Generation of Human Regulatory T Cell Clones
Oral Combinational Antiretroviral Treatment in HIV-1 Infected Humanized Mice
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