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Volume 8
Issue 4
Online publication date 2011-07-29
Title Influence of immunomodulation on the first stage of antigen specific response to herpes vaccine in experiment
Author Maria Omarova, Boris Karalnik, Tatyana Denisova, Altai Kalymbetov
Abstract The influence of immunomodulation on dynamics of early antigen specific response (antigen binding lymphocytes - ABL) was studied in the experiment with rabbits immunization by herpes vaccine. Acceleration of appearance and disappearance of ABL after one-time immunization with herpes vaccine by introduction of licensed preparations of interleukin-1, interleukin-2, polyoxidonium and interferon inductor bacterial was revealed.
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Keywords Immune modulation, early immune response, herpes vaccine, experiment
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