NF-κB subunit specificity in hemopoiesis

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Although the diverse functions served by the nuclear factor-κB (NF-κB) pathway in virtually all cell types are typically employed to deal with stress responses, NF-κB transcription factors also play key roles in the development of hemopoietic cells. This review focuses on how NF-κB transcription factors control various aspects of thymic T-cell and myeloid cell differentiation that include its roles in hemopoietic precursors, conventional αβ T cells, CD4+ regulatory T cells, natural killer T cells, γδ T cells, macrophages, and dendritic cells.

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