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Immunology: turning basic research into a therapy

Immunology Letters

Jun 15, 2005

Andrew J Leishman, Robert V Bundick

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One of the driving forces in the field of immunology is the ambition to translate experimental research into novel useful therapies. Therefore, the aim of this mini-review is to exemplify emerging therapies as well as highlight hurdles that need to be overcome before they can be introdu...read more

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Recombinant Interleukin-1
Parasites
CD40 gene
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Immunology: turning basic research into a therapy

Immunology Letters

Jun 15, 2005

Andrew J Leishman, Robert V Bundick

PMID: 15894103

DOI: 10.1016/j.imlet.2004.12.011

Abstract

One of the driving forces in the field of immunology is the ambition to translate experimental research into novel useful therapies. Therefore, the aim of this mini-review is to exemplify emerging therapies as well as highlight hurdles that need to be overcome before they can be introdu...read more

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Immune Cell Activation Process
Immune System
Allergen (brand of antipyrine/benzocaine)
Recombinant Interleukin-1
Parasites

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