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The expanding family of regulatory B cells

Over the last decade it has become evident that in addition to producing antibody, B cells activate the immune system by producing cytokines and via antigen presentation. In addition, B cells also exhibit immunosuppressive functions via diverse regulatory mechanisms. This subset of B cells, known as regulatory B cells (Bregs), contributes to the maintenance of tolerance, primarily via the production of IL-10. Studies in experimental animal models, as well as in patients with autoimmune diseases, have identified multiple Breg subsets exhibiting diverse mechanisms of immune suppression. In this review, we describe the different Breg subsets identified in mice and humans, and their diverse mechanisms of suppression in different disease settings.

Autoren:   Claudia Mauri; Madhvi Menon
Journal:   International Immunology
Band:   27
Ausgabe:   10
Jahrgang:   2015
Seiten:   479
DOI:   10.1093/intimm/dxv038
Erscheinungsdatum:   01.11.2015
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