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antigenic modulation


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antigenic modulation

antigenic modulation

Modulation of immune responses following antigen administration by mucosal route

Immune Modulation by Cadmium and Lead in the Acute Reporter Antigen–Popliteal Lymph Node Assay

In vivo modulation of antigen-experienced cells in response to high-dose oral antigen: deletion but no evidence for alterations in the cytokine phenotype

Chemokine/cytokine production by mononuclear cells from human lymphoid tissues and their modulation by Mycobacterium tuberculosis antigens

Identification of distinct changes in gene expression after modulation of melanoma tumor antigen p97 (melanotransferrin) in multiple models in vitro and in vivo

Trichostatin-A modulates claudin-1 mRNA stability through the modulation of Hu antigen R and tristetraprolin in colon cancer cells

Prevention of antigen-induced microtubule organizing center reorientation in cytotoxic T cells by modulation of protein kinase C activity.

Independent regulation of Fuc-TIV and Fuc-TVII genes leading to modulation of cell surface antigen expression in developing myeloid cells

Antigen-induced TCR–CD3 down-modulation does not require CD3δ or CD3γ cytoplasmic domains, necessary in response to anti-CD3 antibody

Modulation of CD4 co-receptor limits spontaneous autoimmunity when high-affinity transgenic TCR specific for self-antigen is expressed on a genetically resistant background

DOP008. Human intestinal Vδ2+ T-cells acquire antigen-presenting potency upon exposure to microbial phosphoantigen: modulation by mucosal inflammation and vedolizumab therapy

 

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Suppression of cell-surface antigens in the presence of homologous antibodies.

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