immunoregulator


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immunoregulator

 [im″u-no-reg´u-la″ter]
a substance such as interferon that participates in immunoregulation.
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Just two years later, lab studies on "a new immunoregulator derived from linomide" showed that this molecule could suppress an autoimmune response in rats.
Immune activation is associated with exterior antigen stimulation, for example, in vaccine inoculation, bacterial and viral infections or non-specific immunoregulator inducement.
IFN-[gamma], which is produced primarily by T-helper (Th) cells of the Th1 and Th0 subtypes, CD8+ T cells, and natural killer cells, is the main immunoregulator.
Other important cytokines like interleukin (IL)-15, 17 and 12-23 have a role in the psoriasis pathogenesis, and chronic anti-TNF treatment may affect immunoregulator pathways of these cytokines and may cause formation of psoriasis or psoriasiform lesions (20).
Success in our small molecule immunoregulator and atherosclerosis vaccine programs was evident as well in 1997," added Dr.
Gamma interferon is a key immunoregulator that modulates antigen presentation, T-cell activation, and cell adhesion.
IMREG(R)-1 is an immunoregulator currently under development in the United States by IMREG, Inc.
More detailed data involving changes in the HBV DNA titer after the use of immunoregulators were not examined regularly.
Poxviruses have evolved a wide-spectrum of open-reading frames (ORFs) encoding immunoregulators which bind host proteins and disrupt the antiviral immune response.
Glial cells serve as important immunoregulators in the brain with the ability to phagocytose neurons that have undergone programmed death, are damaged, or are infected.
Celtaxsys has pioneered an innovative technology platform to identify novel immunoregulators based on migration and activation of cells from the innate immune system.
In fact, microbes are now viewed as important immunoregulators in addition to their role as pathogens.

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