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Regulatory T cells control toxicity in a humanized model of IL-2 therapy.

Bibliographic reference Li, Yan ; Strick-Marchand, Helene ; Lim, Ai Ing ; Ren, Jiazi ; Masse-Ranson, Guillemette ; et. al. Regulatory T cells control toxicity in a humanized model of IL-2 therapy.. In: Nature Communications, Vol. 8, p. 1762 (2017)
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