Incidence and distribution of immunocytes in the murine oral mucosa.

@article{Lacasse1987IncidenceAD,
  title={Incidence and distribution of immunocytes in the murine oral mucosa.},
  author={M. Lacasse and A. Collet and W. Mourad and N. Deslauriers},
  journal={Advances in experimental medicine and biology},
  year={1987},
  volume={216A},
  pages={
          375-85
        }
}
Specific mucosal defense mechanisms involve the mobilization of the secretory immune system. Even in a healthy individual, secretory immunity is involved in host-bacterial interactions at colonized mucosal surfaces. For example, in the oral cavity of SPF-inbred mice, the colonization and the growth of indigenous bacteria are under the continuous influence of salivary IgA antibodies (1,2). Conversely, it appears that, under normal conditions, the indigenous flora can effectively sensitize the… Expand
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