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immune clearance


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immune clearance

immune clearance

immune clearance

Innate immunity is sufficient for the clearance of Chlamydia trachomatis from the female mouse genital tract

Azithromycin Modulates Murine Immune Responses to Pneumococcal Conjugate Vaccine and Inhibits Nasal Clearance of Bacteria

Limited Contribution of Humoral Immunity to the Clearance of Measles Viremia in Rhesus Monkeys

Immune Reconstitution and Clearance of Human Adenovirus Viremia in Pediatric Stem-Cell Recipients

Proteinuria, Creatinine Clearance, and Immune Activation in Antiretroviral-Naive HIV-Infected Subjects

Intestinal Immunity Is a Determinant of Clearance of Poliovirus After Oral Vaccination

Slower Rates of Clearance of Viral Load and Virus-Containing Immune Complexes in Patients with Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever

Elevated non-specific immunity and normal Listeria clearance in young and old vitamin D receptor knockout mice

Serotype-Specific Cell-Mediated Immunity Associated With Clearance of Homotypic Group B Streptococcus Rectovaginal Colonization in Pregnant Women

Plasmodium falciparum Clearance Rates in Response to Artesunate in Malian Children With Malaria: Effect of Acquired Immunity

Dietary Pectin–Derived Acidic Oligosaccharides Improve the Pulmonary Bacterial Clearance of Pseudomonas aeruginosa Lung Infection in Mice by Modulating Intestinal Microbiota and Immunity

Plasmodium falciparum Clearance Is Rapid and Pitting Independent in Immune Malian Children Treated With Artesunate for Malaria

Clearance of Hepatitis C Viremia Associated with Cellular Immunity in the Absence of Seroconversion in the Hepatitis C Incidence and Transmission in Prisons Study Cohort

T-Helper Cell 2–Driven Immunity in Pregnancy as a Determinant of Antiplasmodial Antibody Half-life Through Regulation of Fc-Receptor–Mediated Clearance

 

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The accelerated removal of an antigen from the bloodstream that follows the initiation of an antibody response by the immune system. This leads to the formation of antigen-antibody complexes, which are ingested by macrophages and other phagocytic cells.

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