Constitutive, but Not Challenge-Induced, Interleukin-10 Production Is Robust in Acute Pre-Pubescent Protein and Energy Deficits: New Support for the Tolerance Hypothesis of Malnutrition-Associated Immune Depression Based on Cytokine Production in vivo
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Monk, Jennifer M.; Steevels, Tessa A.M.; Hillyer, Lyn M.; Woodward, Bill;
Publisher: Molecular Diversity Preservation International
Journal: International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health,volume 8,issue 1,pages117-135 (issn: 1660-4601, eissn: 1660-4601)
Subject: mouse | immune tolerance | R | protein-energy malnutrition | anti-inflammatory | Medicine | interleukin-10 | Article
The tolerance model of acute (i.e., wasting) pre-pubescent protein and energy deficits proposes that the immune depression characteristic of these pathologies reflects an intact anti-inflammatory form of immune competence that reduces the risk of autoimmune reactions to... View more
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