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The Company's product platform seeks to restore an effective cellular immune response for the treatment of advanced cancers and viral diseases by correcting both dendritic cell and T-cell defects.
Cylex says a statistically significant correlation was reported between high pre-transplant levels of cellular immune response, as measured using ImmuKnow immune cell function test, and early acute transplant rejection as well as unstable kidney function within the first 90 days following kidney transplantation.
Changes in PRL secretion are associated with hormonal regulation of lactation, cell proliferation, the cellular immune response, and parental/maternal behavior (Freeman et al.
It also will have to induce a cellular immune response to destroy any cells already infected by HIV, thereby preventing the virus from replicating and infecting other cells.
Shiver's group has focused on the cellular immune response for several reasons.
28] A measles virus infection and measles virus protein expression in the otosclerotic focus should lead to a measurable humoral and cellular immune response in the inner ear immune system (figure 2).
The measles virus appears to make people vulnerable to other infections by preventing immune cells called monocytes and macrophages from manufacturing a molecule vital to a strong cellular immune response, report Christopher L.
Unlike other gene transfer vectors, lentiviral vectors have the unique ability to induce a strong, sustainable and diversified cellular immune response, which should help remove infected cells.
The higher life forms, such as mammals, while conserving this ability, use it in different ways; the response to dsRNA is more complicated, triggering a cellular immune response involving the release of interferon that ultimately kills the cell.
The cellular immune response against proteinaceous activity from Brucella in peripheral blood mononuclear cells (PBMCS) was also evaluated.
Professor Sissons said: "It has already been shown that it is possible to restore the cellular immune response against some viruses following bone marrow transplant.
Injected vaccines place antigens directly in the bloodstream, which becomes the site of most of the protective antibody and cellular immune response.

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