Burnet, clonal selection theory, and acquired immunological tolerance
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The competence to acquire cellular desiccation tolerance is independent of seed morphological development
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Acquired thymic tolerance to autoimmune encephalomyelitis is associated with activation of peripheral IL‐10‐producing macrophages/dendritic cells
Transgenic Mice Expressing a Fully Nontoxic Diphtheria Toxin Mutant, not CRM197 Mutant, Acquire Immune Tolerance against Diphtheria Toxin
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1(in immunology) tolerance to an antigen that is established during the life of an individual. Immunological tolerance can (rarely) be produced in an adult animal by prolonged injection of ...
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