T Helper Cell Differentiation

T Helper Cell Differentiation – Important regulatory cells of the adaptive immune system, essential for B-cell differentiation and regulation of the cytotoxic T-cells. These cells influence immune response against disease and hence are important for disease development including cancer.

DNA demethylation is an important epigenetic event for regulatory elements to activate signature genes, which are turned on during T helper cell differentiation.

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