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Despite its vital role in innate immunity, complement is involved in a number of inflammatory pathologies and has therefore become a therapeutic target. Most agents generated for anti-complement therapy have short half-lives in plasma, or have been of mouse or human origin, thereby limiting their...
HLA-G is a non-classical HLA class I molecule involved in immunotolerance. HLA-G protects the fetus from maternal immune recognition and promotes allograft acceptance and tumor escape. Its low polymorphism and primary function, which is not peptide presentation to T lymphocytes, led us to compare...
Cladosporium herbarum represents one of the most important world-wide occurring allergenic fungal species. The prevalence of IgE reactivity to C. herbarum in patients suffering from allergy varies between 5 and 30% in the different climatic zones. Since mold allergy has often been associated with...