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production of antibodies against the tissues of your own body

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Chen's team demonstrated that both the macrophages and the autoantigens are necessary for the treatment to work.
It reduces T-cell and B-cell activation, proliferation, and response to autoantigens.
The autoantibody repertoire in T1D was first investigated with an array of 87 autoantigens in a 96-well plate format.
Oral tolerization to autoantigens suppresses animal models of T cell-mediated autoimmune disease, including two models of rheumatoid arthritis.
The microchimeras formed can lead to autoantigens and autoimmune diseases [23-37].
Autoantibodies and autoantigens in autoimmune hepatitis: important tools in clinical practice and to study pathogenesis of the disease.
It has been possible to prevent or to delay onset of experimental autoimmune diseases in a variety of animal systems by feeding selected autoantigens or peptide derivatives (45).
This antibody cross-reacted with the lupus-associated autoantigens Ro and Sm in lupus patients.
They recognise major histocompatibility complex (MHC) molecules in association with autoantigens with high specificity.
Ultraviolet light modulation of autoantigens, epidermal cytokines and adhesion molecules as contributing factors of the pathogenesis of cutaneous LE.
Transfer of central nervous system autoantigens and presentation in secondary lymphoid organs.
T cells are activated by aeroallergens, food antigens, autoantigens and bacterial superantigens in allergic inflammation.
Second, as several experimental data suggest that thyroid antigens are present in ocular tissues, an immunological cross-reactivity against epitopes or autoantigens shared by the thyroid and the eye muscles might be the basis of this association.