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Immunologic Memory

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Disease relevance of Immunologic Memory


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Chemical compound and disease context of Immunologic Memory


Biological context of Immunologic Memory


Anatomical context of Immunologic Memory


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  • In the present studies, we asked whether immunologic memory to TT is established even in the vitamin A-depleted animal, and if so, whether such memory can be elicited after subsequent repletion with retinol [22].
  • Immunologic memory to phosphocholine keyhole limpet hemocyanin. Recurrent mutations in the lambda 1 light chain increase affinity for antigen [23].
  • Thus as an adjunct to CY, tumor-specific cloned HITc are capable of eradicating disseminated leukemia, persisting long-term in vivo, and providing specific immunologic memory [24].
  • Moreover, Ampicillin-induced abridgement of infection, either before or at the time of peak primary response, resulted in the expression of greatly reduced levels of immunologic memory at a later time [25].
  • However, nursling rats formed immunologic memory to TT because, when they were reimmunized at 40 d of age, their secondary anti-TT IgG response exceeded the primary response of 40-d-old vitamin A-sufficient rats (P < 0.02) [26].

Gene context of Immunologic Memory


Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of Immunologic Memory


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