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So I didn't remember IPEX but I do know some basic inmuno and the stem sounded like many autoinmune manifestations, so logically a decrease in Treg lymphocytes (which are inmunosuppresive) seemed like the best answer.
IPEX: FOXP3 deficiency --> Regulatory T cell dysfunc --> autoimmunity
+/- other autoimmune conditions
associated with diabetes in male infants
Page 102 in FA19
Regulatory T cells Help maintain specific immune tolerance by suppressing CD4 + and CD8 + T-cell effector functions. Identified by expression of CD3, CD4, CD25, and FOXP3.
Activated regulatory T cells (Tregs) produce anti-inflammatory cytokines (eg, IL-10, TGF-β).
IPEX (Immune dysregulation, Polyendocrinopathy, Enteropathy, X-linked) syndrome— genetic deficiency of FOXP3 = autoimmunity. Characterized by enteropathy, endocrinopathy, nail dystrophy, dermatitis, and/or other autoimmune dermatologic conditions. Associated with diabetes in male infants.