- The Immune Synapse as a Novel Target for Therapy[electronic resource] / edited by Luis Graca.
- Graca, Luis., editor.
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- XII, 192 p. : online resource.
- Progress in Inflammation Research
- The immune synapse and T cell activation: regulation by chemokines -- The induction of regulatory T cells by targeting the immune synapse -- Infiltrating the immunological synapse: prospects for the use of altered peptide ligands for the treatment of immune pathology -- Targeting CD4 for the induction of dominant tolerance -- Anti-CD3: from T cell depletion to tolerance induction -- Immune modulation by CD40L blockade -- CTLA-4-immunoglobulin and indoleamine 2,3-dioxygenase in dominant tolerance -- Adhesion molecules as therapeutic targets -- E3 ubiquitin ligases and immune tolerance: Targeting the immune synapse from within? -- FOXP3 biochemistry will lead to novel drug approaches for vaccines and diseases that lack suppressor T cells -- Transforming growth factor-?: From its effect in T cell activation to a role in dominant tolerance -- From mice to men: the challenges of developing tolerance-inducing biological drugs for the clinic.
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