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Bombesin improves adaptive immunity of the salivary gland during parenteral nutrition.Academic Article Why?
Emerging roles of lymphatic endothelium in regulating adaptive immunity.Academic Article Why?
Modulating Innate and Adaptive Immunity by (R)-Roscovitine: Potential Therapeutic Opportunity in Cystic Fibrosis.Academic Article Why?
Niche and neutral effects of acquired immunity permit coexistence of pneumococcal serotypes.Academic Article Why?
Regulation of innate and adaptive immunity by the commensal microbiota.Academic Article Why?
The Role of Adaptive Immunity in the Efficacy of Targeted Cancer Therapies.Academic Article Why?
The therapeutic effect of anti-HER2/neu antibody depends on both innate and adaptive immunity.Academic Article Why?
Supramolecular peptide vaccines: tuning adaptive immunity.Academic Article Why?
The efficacy of radiotherapy relies upon induction of type i interferon-dependent innate and adaptive immunity.Academic Article Why?
Adjuvants of immunity: harnessing innate immunity to promote adaptive immunity.Academic Article Why?
Dominant-negative TLR5 polymorphism reduces adaptive immune response to flagellin and negatively associates with Crohn's disease.Academic Article Why?
Innate and adaptive immunity: the yin and yang of celiac disease.Academic Article Why?
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Characterization of Demodex musculi Infestation, Associated Comorbidities, and Topographic Distribution in a Mouse Strain with Defective Adaptive Immunity.Academic Article Why?
Transient ablation of alveolar macrophages leads to massive pathology of influenza infection without affecting cellular adaptive immunity.Academic Article Why?
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