Immune response therapies, immunosuppressive drugs, cytotoxic drugs, humanized antibodies

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Department
Microbio, Immun, Pathology
Course
MIP 342
Professor
Alan Schenkel
Semester
Spring

Description
10 MayThe big pictureEasier to block or attenuate primary immune response than to suppress an established responseVery time dependentTransplantationWelldefined antigensKnowledge of when immunosuppression will be necessaryRelatively effective therapiesAutoimmune diseasePoorlydefined antigensCant predict when it will happenLess effective therapiesTherapies to manipulate immune responsesIn order of increasing specificitySteroids like most immunosuppressive drugs act nonspecifically affect almost all body systemsCytotoxic drugsAffect rapidly dividing cells in S phaseImmune cells proliferate in synchrony after stimulationGiven immediately after the transplant to kill highof a relatively small number of Agspecific cellsBiologicals interfere with T cell signalingSoluble cytokine receptorsAnticytokine therapiesAntibodies inhibiting T and B cell functionAntigenspecific therapies highly specific
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