Extracellular Vesicles Modulate Host-Microbe Responses by Altering TLR2 Activity and Phagocytosis

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van Bergenhenegouwen, Jeroen ; D. Kraneveld, Aletta ; Rutten, Lieke ; Kettelarij, Nienke ; Garssen, Johan ; P. Vos, Arjan (2014)
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  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0089121
  • Subject: Biological Sciences | immunology | immune response | immunomodulation | microbiology | immunity | immune activation | immune defense | inflammation | innate immunity | host-pathogen interaction | molecular cell biology | signal transduction | signaling in selected disciplines | immunological signaling | vesicles | modulate | host-microbe | responses | altering | tlr2

<div><p>Oral delivery of Gram positive bacteria, often derived from the genera Lactobacillus or Bifidobacterium, can modulate immune function. Although the exact mechanisms remain unclear, immunomodulatory effects may be elicited through the direct interaction of these ... View more
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