Unique and shared signalling pathways cooperate to regulate the differentiation of human CD4+ T cells into distinct effector subsets

C.S. Ma, N. Wong, G. Rao, A. Nguyen, D.T. Avery, K. Payne, J. Torpy, P. O'Young, E. Deenick, J. Bustamante, A. Puel, S. Okada, M. Kobayashi, R. Martinez-Barricarte, M. Elliott, S.S. Kilic, J.E. Baghdadi, Y. Minegishi, A. Bousfiha, N. RobertsonS. Hambleton, P.D. Arkwright, Martyn French, A.K. Blincoe, P. Hsu, D.E. Campbell, M.O. Stormon, M. Wong, S. Adelstein, D.A. Fulcher, M.C. Cook, P. Stepensky, K. Boztug, R. Beier, A. Ikincioğullari, J.B. Ziegler, P. Gray, C. Picard, S. Boisson-Dupuis, T.G. Phan, B. Grimbacher, K. Warnatz, S.M. Holland, G. Uzel, J.L. Casanova, S.G. Tangye

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