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Immunological mechanisms of tolerance: Central, peripheral and the role of T and B cells.

Asia Pacific Allergy 2023 December
T and B cells are key components of the adaptive immune system. Through their immune properties and their interactions with other immune cells and cytokines around them, they build a complex network to achieve immune tolerance and maintain homeostasis of the body. This is achieved through mechanisms of central and peripheral tolerance, both of which are associated with advantages and disadvantages. For this reason, the immune system is tightly regulated and their dysregulation can result in the subsequent initiation of various diseases. In this review, we will summarize the roles played by T cells and B cells within immune tolerance with specific examples in the context of different diseases that include allergic disease. In addition, we will also provide an overview on their suitability as biomarkers of allergen-specific immunotherapy.

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