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Dissection of the immunomodulatory effects of ES-62 on inflammatory autoimmune disease

McGrath, M.A. and Kean, D.E. and McInnes, I.B. and Harnett, W. and Harnett, M.M. (2008) Dissection of the immunomodulatory effects of ES-62 on inflammatory autoimmune disease. Immunology, 125 (s1). pp. 122-123. ISSN 0019-2805

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Abstract

The phosphorylcholine-containing glycoprotein ES-62, secreted from filarial nematodes, may have therapeutic potential in autoimmune inflammatory disease as it has been shown to possess the ability to selectively inhibit aberrant pro-inflammatory cytokine production without leaving the host immunocompromised.