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  1. Regulatory T cells antagonize proinflammatory response of IL-17 during cutaneous tuberculosis
  2. γ δ T cells are associated with inflammation and immunopathogenesis of leprosy reactions
  3. Fate of T Cells and their Secretory Proteins During the Progression of Leprosy
  4. T helper cells in leprosy: An update
  5. Increased IL-35 producing Tregs and CD19+IL-35+ cells are associated with disease progression in leprosy patients
  6. IL-12 and IL-23 modulate plasticity of FoxP3 + regulatory T cells in human Leprosy
  7. Leprosy Reactions Show Increased Th17 Cell Activity and Reduced FOXP3+ Tregs with Concomitant Decrease in TGF-β and Increase in IL-6
  8. Role of FoxP3+ Treg Cells Mediating Immune Suppression in Leprosy
  9. Immunology of leprosy and diagnostic challenges
  10. Increase in TGF-β Secreting CD4+CD25+ FOXP3+ T Regulatory Cells in Anergic Lepromatous Leprosy Patients
  11. CD4+ Th17 Cells Discriminate Clinical Types and Constitute a Third Subset of Non Th1, Non Th2 T Cells in Human Leprosy
  12. Lsr2 of Mycobacterium leprae and Its Synthetic Peptides Elicit Restitution of T Cell Responses in Erythema Nodosum Leprosum and Reversal Reactions in Patients with Lepromatous Leprosy