immunological tolerance


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immunological tolerance

n
(Medicine) the absence of antibody production in response to the presence of antigens, usually as a result of previous exposure to the antigens
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Allergy immunotherapy helps in reducing inflammation, offering long-term impact, increasing immunological tolerance, changing the course of the disease and improving the quality of the patient's life.
It has been recognized that "achieving immunological tolerance in the first 3-4 years of life is critical for maintaining health throughout a lifetime." (5)
Induction of immunological tolerance by porcine liver allografts.
lactis delivering the autoantigen human proinsulin and tolerance-enhancing cytokine IL-10, is designed to reduce T1D pathology by re-establishing immunological tolerance to islet antigens via the production of regulatory T-cells.
Disruption of immunological tolerance: role of AIRE gene in autoimmunity.
DCs are potent regulators of the immune system and their function is divided into three categories that involve the presentation of antigens: the presentation of antigens and activation of T cells; a not well-established category suggesting that DCs induce and maintain immunological tolerance; and the maintenance of immune memory in conjunction with B cells.
With SQZ's proprietary CellSqueeze technology, the company will to develop a series of cell therapy programmes to induce immunological tolerance and treat multiple diseases.
The process by which the body prevents the creation of antibodies that can cause autoimmune disease is known as immunological tolerance.
Negative regulators of T cell activation have been identified as targets to design novel strategies aimed at prolonging graft survival and promoting immunological tolerance and translated to the clinic [14].