Regulatory T cells in induced sputum of asthmatic children: association with inflammatory cytokines

  • Agnès Hamzaoui 1Medicine Faculty, University of Tunis, Homeostasis and Cell Dysfunction (UR/99/08-40); Department of Respiratory Diseases, Pavillon B, A. Mami Hospital, Ariana, Tunisia.
  • Jamel Ammar Medicine Faculty, University of Tunis, Homeostasis and Cell Dysfunction (UR/99/08-40); Department of Respiratory Diseases, Pavillon B, A. Mami Hospital, Ariana, Tunisia.
  • Kamel Hamzaoui | kamel.hamzaoui@gmail.com Medicine Faculty, University of Tunis, Homeostasis and Cell Dysfunction (UR/99/08-40), Tunisia.

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2010-01-30
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Bronchial asthma, CD4 CD25highFoxP3 , Induced sputum, inflammatory cytokines, regulatory T cells
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Hamzaoui, A., Ammar, J., & Hamzaoui, K. (2010). Regulatory T cells in induced sputum of asthmatic children: association with inflammatory cytokines. Multidisciplinary Respiratory Medicine, 5(1). https://doi.org/10.4081/mrm.2010.335