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Cho, MJ., Lee, HG., Yoon, JW. et al. Steady-state memory-phenotype conventional CD4+ T cells exacerbate autoimmune neuroinflammation in a bystander manner via the Bhlhe40/GM-CSF axis. Exp Mol Med 55, 1033–1045 (2023). https://doi.org/10.1038/s12276-023-00995-1
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Cho, Min-Ji; Lee, Hong-Gyun; Yoon, Jae-Won; Kim, Gil-Ran; Koo, Ja-Hyun; Taneja, Reshma; Edelson, Brian T; Lee, You Jeong; and Choi, Je-Min, "Steady-state memory-phenotype conventional CD4+ T cells exacerbate autoimmune neuroinflammation in a bystander manner via the Bhlhe40/GM-CSF axis." Experimental & Molecular Medicine. 55, 5. 1033 - 1045. (2023).
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