self tolerance

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self tolerance

Self-perceived Health and Symptoms of Elderly Persons with Diabetes and Impaired Glucose Tolerance

Tolerance induction to self-MHC antigens in fetal and neonatal mouse B cells

Regulatory B cells mediate tolerance to apoptotic self in health: implications for disease

A prospective examination of distress tolerance and early smoking lapse in adult self-quitters

Expansion of neonatal tolerance to self in adult life: I. The role of a bacterial adjuvant in tolerance spread

Expansion of neonatal tolerance to self in adult life: II. Tolerance preferentially spreads in an intramolecular manner

T cell recognition of a highly conserved epitope in heat shock protein 60: self‐tolerance maintained by TCR distinguishing between asparagine and aspartic acid

Studies on the Mechanisms of Arsenic-Induced Self Tolerance Developed in Liver Epithelial Cells through Continuous Low-Level Arsenite Exposure

Germs, Hosts, and the Origin of Frank Macfarlane Burnet’s Concept of “Self  ” and “Tolerance,” 1936–1949

Tolerance Does Not Develop to the Decrease in Nicotine Self-Administration Produced by Repeated Bupropion Administration

The thymus and self-tolerance: co-existence of encephalitogenic S100 beta-specific T cells and their nominal autoantigen in the normal adult rat thymus.

Immunologic self-tolerance maintained by CD25+CD4+ naturally anergic and suppressive T cells: induction of autoimmune disease by breaking their anergic/suppressive state.

Self-limiting systemic autoimmune disease during reconstitution of T cell-deficient mice with syngeneic T cells: support for a multifaceted role of T cells in the maintenance of peripheral B cell tolerance


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The state in which the immune system of an individual lacks reactivity against potentially antigenic molecules originating within that individual. Self tolerance develops during perinatal life. See also acquired tolerance, autoimmunity, immunological tolerance.


Subjects: Chemistry.

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