That produces immunological tolerance

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  • Spleen transplantation — is the transfer of spleen or spleen fragments from one individual to another. It is under research for induction of immunological tolerance for other transplanted organs. Success has been achieved in rodent models. Recently, evidence has been… …   Wikipedia

  • protolerogenic — adjective That leads to tolerogenic activity …   Wiktionary

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  • tolerogen — A substance that produces immunological tolerance. * * * tol·ero·gen täl ə rə jən n a tolerogenic antigen * * * tol·ero·gen (tolґər o jən) an antigen used to introduce tolerance, particularly a form of an antigen (usually a soluble… …   Medical dictionary

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