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Imiquimod and resiquimod as novel immunomodulators

Tick Salivary Cholinesterase: A Probable Immunomodulator of Host–parasite Interactions

Linomide, an immunomodulator that inhibits Th1 cytokine gene expression

Protection against Experimental Intraabdominal Sepsis by Two Polysaccharide Immunomodulators

Manipulation of Regulatory T-Cell Function by Immunomodulators: A Boon or a Curse?

Successful Treatment of Drug-Resistant Cutaneous Leishmaniasis in Humans by Use of Imiquimod, an Immunomodulator

P493. Adding 5-Aminosalicylate to Immunomodulators Showed No Additional Benefit in Crohn’s Disease

Protective effect of the immunomodulator AS101 against cyclophosphamide-induced testicular damage in mice

Clarithromycin is an effective immunomodulator in experimental pyelonephritis caused by pan-resistant Klebsiella pneumoniae

Treatment of Experimental Leishmaniasis with the Immunomodulators Imiquimod and S-28463: Efficacy and Mode of Action

P380 Predictors of clinical response to immunomodulators in moderate to severe Crohn's disease

OP02 Identification of glycoprotein 2 as an immunomodulator of innate and adaptive immune responses

P350. The use of concomitant immunomodulators with adalimumab therapy in paediatric Crohn’s disease

P444 Infliximab trough levels and antibodies: relationship with infusion reaction, immunomodulators and biological parameters

Randomized Phase II Study of Immunomodulator Z-100 in Patients with Stage IIIB Cervical Cancer with Radiation Therapy

P284. Jejunal Crohn’s disease: characteristics, detection rate, outcome, and need of immunomodulators in a retrospective single-centre study

DOP011. Early immunomodulator exposure and the long-term outcome of Crohn’s disease: target for changing the natural history

Toxicity, stability and pharmacokinetics of amphotericin B in immunomodulator tuftsin-bearing liposomes in a murine model


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Any agent that alters the extent of the immune response to an antigen, by altering the antigenicity of the antigen or by altering in a nonspecific manner the specific reactivity ...

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