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PMID Allele Disease Population Drug Names SNP Class Sentence
9272364 HLA-DR (HLA-DR) pertussis NA NA NA only_studied
the ability of peripheral blood t-lymphocytes to respond to the pertussis related antigens pertussis-toxin (pt), filamentous haemagglutinin (fha), and pertactin (prn) was investigated in 40 children before vaccination and at different times after vaccination with dtap (infanrix) by measurement of antigen-specific proliferation, lymphocyte phenotype, cytokine production and expression of activation markers (cd25, hladr).
14645151 HLA (HLA) pertussis NA NA NA unclassified
recombinant adenylate cyclase toxin of bordetella pertussis induces cytotoxic t lymphocyte responses against hla*0201-restricted melanoma epitopes.
14645151 HLA (HLA) melanoma NA NA NA unclassified
recombinant adenylate cyclase toxin of bordetella pertussis induces cytotoxic t lymphocyte responses against hla*0201-restricted melanoma epitopes.
14645151 MHC (MHC) tumor NA NA NA unclassified
altogether, our results demonstrate that tumoral epitopes inserted into cyaa are efficiently processed and presented in association with human mhc molecules.
14645151 HLA (HLA) melanoma NA NA NA unclassified
with a view to elaborating cancer immunotherapy in humans using cyaa, we constructed two recombinant cyaa carrying hla*0201-restricted melanoma epitopes.
14645151 HLA (HLA) cancer NA NA NA unclassified
with a view to elaborating cancer immunotherapy in humans using cyaa, we constructed two recombinant cyaa carrying hla*0201-restricted melanoma epitopes.
14977950 HLA-DR (HLA-DR) pertussis NA NA NA unclassified
bordetella pertussis infection of primary human monocytes alters hla-dr expression.
14977950 HLA-DR (HLA-DR) infection NA NA NA unclassified
bordetella pertussis infection of primary human monocytes alters hla-dr expression.
14977950 HLA-DR (HLA-DR) pertussis NA NA NA positive+negation
although b. pertussis infection of monocytes induced rapid and robust expression of interleukin-10 (il-10), hla-dr redistribution did not appear to be explained by increased il-10 levels.
14977950 HLA-DR (HLA-DR) infection NA NA NA positive+negation
although b. pertussis infection of monocytes induced rapid and robust expression of interleukin-10 (il-10), hla-dr redistribution did not appear to be explained by increased il-10 levels.
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