CELLS THAT CAN BLOCK THE IMMUNE SYSTEM ACTIVATION

Regulatory T cells are lymphocytes that are produced and activated as a proper response to the activation of the immune system, the production and activation of this cell population is intended to stop the HYPERAROUSAL OF THE IMMUNE SYSTEM, which may be harmful to organs and tissues.

Regulatory T Lymphocytes are characterized by being CD4 + CD25 +, they are originated in the thymus, and its main function is to inhibit the immune response against self antigens, and they are producers of Interleukin-10, this interleukin blocks the activation of macrophages and dendritic cells, it also inhibits the production of interleukin-12 by activated dendritic cells and macrophages, this interleukin-12 released by these cells, will activate the cytotoxic lymphocytes CD4 + and CD8 +.

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