A Spontaneous Mutation of the Rat Themis Gene Leads to Impaired Function of Regulatory T Cells Linked to Inflammatory Bowel Disease - Bertin Instruments

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    A Spontaneous Mutation of the Rat Themis Gene Leads to Impaired Function of Regulatory T Cells Linked to Inflammatory Bowel Disease

    Marianne Chabod1,2,3, Christophe Pedros1,2,3, Lucille Lamouroux1,2,3, Ce´ line Colacios1,2,3, IsabelleBernard1,2,3, Dominique Lagrange1,2,3, Daniela Balz-Hara1,2,3, Jean-Francois Mosnier4, ChristianLaboisse4, Nathalie Vergnolle1,2,3, Olivier Andreoletti5, Marie-Paule Roth1,2,3, Roland Liblau1,2,3, Gilbert J.Fournie´ 1,2,3, Abdelhadi Saoudi1,2,3*, Anne S. Dejean1,2,3
    Sources: 1 UMR Inserm, U1043, Toulouse, France, 2 UMR CNRS, U5282, Toulouse, France, 3 Universite´ de Toulouse, UPS, Centre de Physiopathologie de Toulouse Purpan (CPTP),Toulouse, France, 4 Universite´ de Nantes, Faculte´ de Medecine, EA Biometadys, Nantes, France, 5UMR INRA ENVT 1225, Interactions Hotes Agents Pathogenes, Ecole Nationale Veterinaire de Toulouse, Toulouse, France
    Chabod M, Pedros C, Lamouroux L, Colacios C, Bernard I, et al. (2012) A Spontaneous Mutation of the Rat Themis Gene Leads to Impaired Function ofRegulatory T Cells Linked to Inflammatory Bowel Disease. PLoS Genet 8(1): e1002461. doi:10.1371/journal.pgen.1002461

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    Animal tissues (Rat instestinal)

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