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Induction of mucosal immunity, particularly to subunit vaccines, has been problematic. The primary hurdle to successful mucosal vaccination is the effective delivery of vaccine antigen to the mucosal associated lymphoid tissue. Physical and chemical barriers restrict antigen access and, moreover,...
Systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) represents an autoimmune disease for which alterations of T cells, B cells as well as various antigen-presenting cell (APC) populations have been described. In order to better define APC-associated deficiencies, we analyzed morphologic, phenotypic and functional...