immune exclusion

immune exclusion

the prevention of an antigen from entering the body by a specific immune response.
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In this model, nonneutralizing VP6-specific IgA mAb were protective, but not when administered directly to the gastrointestinal tract, indicating that IgA transcytosis played a prominent role in effective immune exclusion (26).
Indeed, immune exclusion of all insulin precursors by two MoAbs directed against the junction between A chain and C-peptide and the junction between B chain and C-peptide, respectively, leaves insulin as the sole reactant with the MoAb directed against the B chain.
5, column 1) and the concentration of each mixture was measured before immune exclusion (Fig.
This process of removing antigens is called immune exclusion.
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