Dendritic Cell-based Immune Therapy: Concept, Design, Present Limitations, and Future Projections
Immune therapy seems to be a rational therapeutic choice for treating patients with immune-mediated anomalies. In some diseases, immune-related factors are primarily responsible for disease pathogenesis. Autoimmune diseases are a typical example. In addition, an immune-mediated phenomenon is related to rejection of organ transplants. Thus, immune therapy may be used for treating autoimmune diseases. Rejection of transplanted organs may be delayed or blocked by immune intervention strategies.
KeywordsProtective Immunity Immune Tolerance Immune Therapy Vaccine Therapy Chronic Viral Infection
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