Induction of a Combined Mucosal and Systemic Anti-Ovalbumin Response
It is generally accepted that a relatively independent mucosal immune system exists next to a systemic immune system (1). Antigen presentation by the mucosal route can evoke mucosal immune responses(2), while the systemic immune response is suppressed. Contrary to the latter oral tolerance phenomenon (2) parenteral immunization for induction of efficient systemic immunity, sometimes has a suppressive effect on the mucosal immune response (3,4).
KeywordsMesenteric Lymph Node Mucosal Immune Response Plaque Form Cell Systemic Immune System Parenteral Immunization
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