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Tolerogenic dendritic cells produced by Lentiviral‐mediated CD40‐ and IL‐23p19‐specific shRNA can ameliorate experimental autoimmune…

In conclusion, simultaneous knock down of CD40 and IL‐23 production by BMDCs may represent a promising therapeutic tool for the treatment of IL‐17‐dependent autoimmune diseases, including multiple sclerosis. (Source: Clinical and Experimental Immunology)

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Tolerogenic dendritic cells produced by Lentiviral‐mediated CD40‐ and IL‐23p19‐specific shRNA can ameliorate experimental autoimmune…

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