Barbara Kwiatkowska-Patzer

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BACKGROUND Multiple sclerosis is a human autoimmunological disease that causes neurodegeneration. One of the potential ways to stop its development is induction of oral tolerance, whose effect lies(More)
Oral tolerance is the natural occurring phenomenon of a decreased immune response to previously fed antigens, which prevents induction of a response to dietary antigens. One of the mechanisms is(More)
Data have been provided from several studies that support the proposal that the adult oligodendrocyte progenitors migrate into the lesioned areas under conditions of experimental autoimmune(More)
A specific protein (antigen) given orally is a known method of introducing tolerance of immunological response to this antigen. This method has recently been reviewed by some authors as a possible(More)