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experimental allergic encephalomyelitis


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experimental allergic encephalomyelitis

Blood–brain barrier permeability and monocyte infiltration in experimental allergic encephalomyelitis A quantitative MRI study

In vivo MRI and its histological correlates in acute adoptive transfer experimental allergic encephalomyelitis Quantification of inflammation and oedema

Short-lived immunization site inflammation in self-limited active experimental allergic encephalomyelitis

Genetic influence on disease course and cytokine response in relapsing experimental allergic encephalomyelitis.

Therapeutic potential of IFN‐γ‐modified dendritic cells in acute and chronic experimental allergic encephalomyelitis

The generation of encephalitogenic T cell lines from experimental allergic encephalomyelitis-resistant strains of mice.

Recovery from experimental allergic encephalomyelitis is TGF-β dependent and associated with increases in CD4+LAP+ and CD4+CD25+ T cells

Regulatory T cells in experimental allergic encephalomyelitis. I. Frequency and specificity analysis in normal and immune rats of a T cell subset that inhibits disease

Down-regulation of cell-surface CD4 co-receptor expression and modulation of experimental allergic encephalomyelitis.

IL-4 abrogates the inhibitory effect of IL-10 on the development of experimental allergic encephalomyelitis in SJL mice.

Stat4-null non-obese diabetic mice: protection from diabetes and experimental allergic encephalomyelitis, but with concomitant epitope spread

Reversal of experimental allergic encephalomyelitis with non-mitogenic, non-depleting anti-CD3 mAb therapy with a preferential effect on Th1 cells that is augmented by IL-4

 

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(EAE)

An animal model for demyelinating diseases in which an autoimmune response is induced by the injection of homogenized brain or spinal cord in Freund's adjuvant. The main antigen appears to be myelin basic protein, and the response is characterized by focal areas of lymphocyte and macrophage infiltration into the brain, with demyelination and destruction of the blood-brain barrier. The validity of the model is uncertain.

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