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IgA is a glycoprotein containing multiple N-linked carbohydrates as well as O-linked glycans in the case of IgA1. Because of the critical role it plays in providing protection at mucosal surfaces, IgA is an ideal candidate for use as a therapeutic or prophylactic agent. The presence or absence of...
Apoptosis of circulating CD8 + T lymphocytes is a frequent finding in patients with cancer. T-cell output by the thymus or antigen-driven expansion of circulating T cells could compensate for apoptosis and thus normalize their homeostasis. We studied the frequency of recent thymic emigrants (RTE)...