Brand new textbook presenting the basic and clinical aspects of the mucosal
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- Negative regulation of human mononuclear phagocyte function
- Intestinal stromal cells in mucosal immunity and homeostasis
- Nod1, but not the ASC inflammasome, contributes to induction of IL-1β secretion in human trophoblasts after sensing of Chlamydia trachomatis
- IL-15 positively regulates IL-21 production in celiac disease mucosa
- Aspirin-triggered resolvin D1 reduces mucosal inflammation and promotes resolution in a murine model of acute lung injury
- Tregs are dysfunctional in vivo in a spontaneous murine model of Crohn's disease
- Natural and long-lasting cellular immune responses against influenza in the M2e-immune host
- Polysaccharide–protein conjugate vaccination induces antibody production but not sustained B-cell memory in the human nasopharyngeal mucosa
- Prevention of type 1 diabetes through infection with an intestinal nematode parasite requires IL-10 in the absence of a Th2-type response
- Altered generation of induced regulatory T cells in the FVB.mdr1a−/− mouse model of colitis
- CTLA-4 promotes Foxp3 induction and regulatory T cell accumulation in the intestinal lamina propria