Oral tolerance to food protein

@inproceedings{Pabst2012OralTT,
  title={Oral tolerance to food protein},
  author={Oliver Pabst and Allan McI Mowat},
  booktitle={Mucosal Immunology},
  year={2012}
}
Oral tolerance is the state of local and systemic immune unresponsiveness that is induced by oral administration of innocuous antigen such as food proteins. An analogous but more local process also regulates responses to commensal bacteria in the large intestine and, together, mucosally induced tolerance appears to prevent intestinal disorders such as food allergy, celiac disease, and inflammatory bowel diseases. Here we discuss the anatomical basis of antigen uptake and recognition in oral… CONTINUE READING
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