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cell-mediated response


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cell-mediated response

cell-mediated response

Demonstration of a Cell-Mediated Immune Response in Melioidosis

Victorin Triggers Programmed Cell Death and the Defense Response via Interaction with a Cell Surface Mediator

Distinct gut-derived lactic acid bacteria elicit divergent dendritic cell-mediated NK cell responses

Collapsin Response Mediator Protein-1 and the Invasion and Metastasis of Cancer Cells

The study of cell-mediated immune response in recurrent vulvovaginal candidiasis

Infliximab Does Not Affect Dendritic Cells' Mediated Lymphoproliferative Response to Histoplasma Capsulatum

Identification of a 105 kilodalton Cryptococcus neoformans mannoprotein involved in human cell-mediated immune response

Polymorphisms in Th1-type cell-mediated response genes and risk of gastric cancer

Protein kinase C delta mediates arterial injury responses through regulation of vascular smooth muscle cell apoptosis

B in TB: B Cells as Mediators of Clinically Relevant Immune Responses in Tuberculosis

A BAFF antagonist suppresses experimental autoimmune encephalomyelitis by targeting cell-mediated and humoral immune responses

Bimodal regulation of T cell-mediated immune responses by TIM-4

Global reprogramming of dendritic cells in response to a concerted action of inflammatory mediators

Calorie Restriction Enhances T-Cell–Mediated Immune Response in Adult Overweight Men and Women

Induction of Human T Cell-Mediated Immune Responses after Primary and Secondary Smallpox Vaccination

Detection of thoracotomy-induced alterations in cell- and humoral-mediated immune response

Cell-Mediated Immune Response of Healthy Adults to Bordetella pertussis Vaccine Antigens

 

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A type of immunological reaction carried out by cytotoxic T cells. A cell infected with foreign antigens, possibly through viral infection, presents the antigen on the surface of the cell bound to a major histocompatibility complex (MHC) protein. The T cell receptor recognizes both the antigen and the MHC protein and consequently may attack the infected cell or invading extracellular particles. Compare humoral response.

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