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Individual intestinal symbionts induce a distinct population of RORγ+ regulatory T cells

Esen Sefik, Naama Geva-Zatorsky, Sungwhan Oh, Liza Konnikova, David Zemmour, Abigail Manson McGuire, Dalia Burzyn, Adriana Ortiz-Lopez, Mercedes Lobera, Jianfei Yang, Shomir Ghosh, Ashlee Earl, Scott B. Snapper, Ray Jupp, Dennis Kasper, Diane Mathis, Christophe Benoist

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Table S1
Colon enriched transcripts are shared in patchwork manner by other tissue Tregs.
Table S2
Colon preferential transcripts are enriched in transcription factors.
Table S3
Bacteria able to induce Rorγ+ Tregs belong to several phyla and genera.
Table S4
SCFA concentration in cecal content of monocolonized mice does not correlate with Treg phenotype.
Table S5
Footprint of Rorγ is different in colonic Tregs and classic TH17 cells.