cell-mediated immune response

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an immune response (chiefly against viral or fungal invasions or transplanted tissue) that involves T cells

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Under normal conditions, a cell-mediated immune response eliminates the HPV virus within 12 months, with lasting protection from reinfection.
The company specializes in antigen identification, engineering and cell processing in an effort to produce active cellular immunotherapy product candidates designed to stimulate a cell-mediated immune response.
Useful as a study guide as well as a text, this version has completely updated information on innate immunity, antigen capture and presentation in lymphocytes, antigen recognition in the adaptive immune system, cell-mediated immune response, effector mechanisms of cell-mediates immunity, humoral immune responses, effector mechanisms of humoral immunity, immunologic tolerance and autoimmunity, immune responses against tumors and transplants, hypersensitivity diseases and congenital and acquired immunodeficiencies.
Chronic beryllium disease is an occupational lung disease that begins as a cell-mediated immune response to beryllium.
Immunologists believe that people who survived the plague must have had a vigorous, cell-mediated immune response.
The cell-mediated immune response is most efficient when the antigen exists extracellularly (i.
The interferon-gamma (IFN-) release assay (IGRA) evaluates the body's cell-mediated immune response to a combination of TB-specific antigens.
We also studied the role of lymphocyte-specific chemokines in the regulation of cell-mediated immune response in PBMCs stimulated by MRSA or MSSA.
5) An intact immune system is essential for the development of a positive skin test; conversely, any impairment of the cell-mediated immune response generally results in a minimal or absent reaction and thus a negative test.
The cell-mediated immune response is critical for controlling such pathogens because their intracellular location shelters them from antibody binding.
What researchers do know is that its cell-mediated immune response requires multiple steps.
These assassins, including natural killer cells, become part of the cell-mediated immune response.
The scientists have not yet evaluated the cell-mediated immune response in the volunteers, nor whether their antibodies can neutralize HIV in vitor.