Regulatory T Cell Modulation of Immune Suppression
Regulatory T cells (Treg) are immune cells that help maintain balance in the immune system to prevent the destruction of healthy tissue, leading to inflammation and autoimmune disease. Understanding how Treg cells themselves are suppressed or activated is a major question being studied in current research and the primary goal of Treg focused cell therapy research.
This white paper will discuss:
- Tregs role in current research and clinical applications
- Isolation and cryopreservation best practices
- Other factors that can significantly influence potency and downstream impact of cellular therapies