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Langerhans cells mediate the skin-induced tolerance to ovalbumin via Langerin in a murine model.

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Summary of "Langerhans cells mediate the skin-induced tolerance to ovalbumin via Langerin in a murine model."

Epicutaneous sensitization is an important route of immunization for allergens in atopic diseases; however, studies have also shown that application with protein on intact skin induces antigen-specific tolerance. Langerhans cells (LCs) play an immunosuppressive role in several inflammatory skin diseases and mouse models, and the role of LCs in the skin-induced tolerance is not fully understood.

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Name: Allergy
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Rare malignant neoplasm of dendritic LANGERHANS CELLS exhibiting atypical cytology, frequent mitoses, and aggressive clinical behavior. They can be distinguished from other histiocytic and dendritic proliferations by immunohistochemical and ultrastructure studies. Cytologically benign proliferations of Langerhans cells are called LANGERHANS CELL HISTIOCYTOSIS.

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