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12. Oral tolerance for delayed type hypersensitivity contribution of local and peripheral mechanisms

D Kaiserlian; C Desvignes

Volume 1, Issue 2 , 1998, Pages 41-44

Abstract
  Oral tolerance is a physiological immune mechanism, which controls the outcome of deleterious hypersensitivity reactions to environmental antigens absorbed through the gastrointestinal tract, and maintains homeostasis. Using a mouse model of oral tolerance of delayed type hypersensitivity to contact ...  Read More