tolerogenic

tol·er·o·gen·ic

(tol'ĕr-ō-jen'ik),
Producing immunologic tolerance.

tol·er·o·gen·ic

(tol'ĕr-ō-jen'ik)
Producing immunologic tolerance.

tolerogenic

(tŏl″ĕr-ō-jĕn′ĭk)
Producing immunological tolerance.
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Plasmacytoid CD123 (PCD) dendritic cells have tolerogenic effects, and they gradually increase in number during the rejection-free post-transplant period.
Natural killer T cells recognize glycolipid antigens presented by CD1d molecule and may also play an important role in oral tolerance by inducing tolerogenic dendritic cells and regulatory T cells, or by deleting antigen-specific T cells.
In addition, due to their direct cytotoxic properties, microtubule-depolymerizing agents like MMAE also appear to convert tumor-resident tolerogenic dendritic cells into active antigen-presenting cells.
This determines whether there will be an inflammatory or tolerogenic environment in the gut and other organs (Leclercq, 2016) (Galland, 2014).
Tolerogenic Phenotype of IFN-gamma-Induced IDO+ Dendritic Cells Is Maintained via an Autocrine IDO-Kynurenine/AhR-IDO Loop.
As a result, KCs usually have tolerogenic properties, meaning that they do not respond to all antigens with an immune response.
Antigen-induced, tolerogenic CD11c+, CD11b+ dendritic cells are abundant in Peyer's patches during the induction of oral tolerance to type II collagen and suppress experimental collagen-induced arthritis.
Costimulatory molecules on immunogenic versus tolerogenic human dendritic cells.
The DCs full activation is controlled by Brucella and then this microbe uses the tolerogenic properties of DCs to overthrow immune responses.
Kroemer, "Immunogenic and tolerogenic cell death," Nature Reviews Immunology, vol.
Excretory-secretory products (ESP) from Fasciola hepatica induce tolerogenic properties in myeloid dendritic cells.