Evidence that peritoneal exudate cells cultured with eye-derived fluids are the proximate antigen-presenting cells in immune deviation of the ocular type.

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Immune privilege in the anterior chamber of the eye results in part from a selective deficit in delayed hypersensitivity that is elicited by antigenic materials placed in this unique tissue site. This distinctive systemic immune response to intraocular Ag (termed anterior chamber-associated immune deviation, ACAID) is fashioned by indigenous, intraocular… (More)

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@article{Hara1993EvidenceTP, title={Evidence that peritoneal exudate cells cultured with eye-derived fluids are the proximate antigen-presenting cells in immune deviation of the ocular type.}, author={Yoshiaki Hara and Scott K. Okamoto and B M Rouse and J. Wayne Streilein}, journal={Journal of immunology}, year={1993}, volume={151 10}, pages={5162-71} }