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Polysaccharide mit spezifischem Einfluß auf das Immunsystem

  • H. Wagner
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Zusammenfassung

Das Kapitel behandelt zwei Aspekte bioaktiver Polysaccharide:
  • Die Fähigkeit von antigenen Polysaccharidstrukturen mikrobieller Herkunft, das spezifische Immunsystem des Menschen in Gang zu setzen, und

  • die Möglichkeit, Polysaccharide mikrobieller und nichtmikrobieller Herkunft in prophylaktischer oder therapeutischer Weise zur Stimulierung von Immunabwehrvorgängen einzusetzen.

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