Lumpers and splitters: Birth of Th17 cells

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Th17 cells were born as a new subset of CD4 T cells to complement Th1, Th2, and T reg cells. From their identification as a distinct subset, they quickly became the paradigm for the astonishing plasticity that CD4 T cells can exhibit depending on tissue environment and circumstances.

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Volume 218
Issue number 5
Pages e20210645
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