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Reviews 0. Updating Results. The delineation of the cellular immune system and the mechanisms of allograft reaction discovered in the early s brought immunosuppression for transplantation and for selected use in autoimmune disease. In the last 15 years, the demonstration of the prevalence of cellular immune defects in cancer, aging, autoimmunity, and infectious diseases has generated interest in the development of immunotherapeutic agents.
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This chapter provides a brief introduction to immunosuppression and immunotoxicology with emphasis on recent developments in preclinical immunopharmacology and experimental immunotherapeutics. These agents are extensively used in cancer therapy primarily because of their. Immunopharmacology : Immunomodulation and Immunotherapy. All Rights Reserved. Twitter Facebook Email.
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