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1953 16
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1955 29
1956 18
1957 14
1958 23
1959 17
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1961 19
1962 29
1963 27
1964 25
1965 17
1966 1
1967 5
1968 5
1969 20
1970 61
1971 439
1972 736
1973 779
1974 844
1975 835
1976 671
1977 641
1978 670
1979 684
1980 607
1981 579
1982 682
1983 714
1984 777
1985 878
1986 898
1987 969
1988 986
1989 1050
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1991 1047
1992 948
1993 940
1994 880
1995 1004
1996 855
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1998 916
1999 1016
2000 1045
2001 1029
2002 977
2003 957
2004 1049
2005 1154
2006 1211
2007 1196
2008 1207
2009 1266
2010 1173
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Bacterial lysates in the prevention of respiratory tract infections.
Jurkiewicz D and Zielnik-Jurkiewicz B. Otolaryngol Pol 2018 - Review. PMID 30460909 Free article.
They can also stimulate the production of specific antibodies against the bacterial antigens that make up the preparation. The oral immunomodulatory preparations with the best documented clinical efficacy available on the Polish market are Ismigen, Broncho-Vaxom, Ribomunyl and Luivac. They are all lysates of bacterial strains that most often cause respiratory tract infections. In many clinical trials, oral bacterial lysates have been shown to minimize the risk of recurrent respiratory infections in children and adults and reduce the need for antibiotics....
They can also stimulate the production of specific antibodies against the bacterial antigens that make up the preparation. The …
Molecular mimicry and autoimmunity
Rojas M, et al. J Autoimmun 2018 - Review. PMID 30509385 Free article.
Nevertheless, studies on the role of autoreactive T-cells that are generated secondary to molecular mimicry, the diversity of the T-cell receptor repertoires of auto-reactive T-cells, the role of exposure to cryptic antigens, the generation of autoimmune B-cell responses, the interaction of microbiota and chemical adjuvants with the host immune systems all provide clues in advancing our understanding of the molecular mechanisms involved in the evolving concept of molecular mimicry and also may potentially aid in the prevention and treatment of autoimmune diseases....
Nevertheless, studies on the role of autoreactive T-cells that are generated secondary to molecular mimicry, the diversity of the T-cell rec …
[Diagnosis of Helicobacter pylori Infection]
Huh CW and Kim BW. Korean J Gastroenterol 2018 - Review. PMID 30642138 Korean. Free article.
Genome wide approaches discover novel Mycobacterium tuberculosis antigens as correlates of infection, disease, immunity and targets for vaccination.
Coppola M and Ottenhoff TH. Semin Immunol 2018 - Review. PMID 30327124 Free article.
Over the last decade, many new Mtb antigens have been found and proposed as TB biomarkers and vaccine candidates, but only a very small number of these is being used in commercial diagnostic tests or is being assessed as candidate TB vaccine antigens in human clinical trials, aiming to prevent infection, disease or disease recurrence following treatment. ...We compare the results for these approaches -as far as we know for the first time-, highlight Mtb antigens that have been identified independently by different strategies and present a comprehensive overview of the Mtb antigens thus discovered....
Over the last decade, many new Mtb antigens have been found and proposed as TB biomarkers and vaccine candidates, but only a very sma …
Helicobacter pylori outer membrane vesicles involvement in the infection development and Helicobacter pylori-related diseases
Chmiela M, et al. J Biomed Sci 2018 - Review. PMID 30409143 Free PMC article.
A possible involvement of outer membrane vesicles (OMVs) produced by H. pylori in the distribution of bacterial antigens through the gastric epithelial barrier and their role in the development of local and systemic host inflammatory and immune responses has been suggested. ...
A possible involvement of outer membrane vesicles (OMVs) produced by H. pylori in the distribution of bacterial antigens throu …
A Systematic Review on Novel Mycobacterium tuberculosis Antigens and Their Discriminatory Potential for the Diagnosis of Latent and Active Tuberculosis.
Meier NR, et al. Front Immunol 2018. PMID 30473692 Free PMC article.
This review summarizes current evidence on novel antigens used for the immunodiagnosis of tuberculosis and discrimination of LTBI and aTB. ...A wide range of novel antigens expressed during different stages and types of LTBI and aTB have been assessed. M. tuberculosis antigens Rv0081, Rv1733c, Rv1737c, Rv2029c, Rv2031 and Rv2628, all encoded by the dormancy of survival regulon, were among the most widely studied antigens and showed the most promising results. ...
This review summarizes current evidence on novel antigens used for the immunodiagnosis of tuberculosis and discrimination of LTBI and …
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