The role of interferon gamma in regulation of CD4+ T-cells and its clinical implications
Interferon γ (IFNγ) plays a central role in the immune response against infection and tumur immune surveillance. Its functions include not only activation of the host immune system to control microbial infections but also repression of autoimmune respon
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