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Медико-биологические проблемы жизнедеятельности

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Иммунологические механизмы эффекторного звена системы иммунитета при аллотрансплантации

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Авторы описывают молекулярные и клеточные процессы, сопровождающие эффекторное звено иммунного ответа при трансплантации органов. С учетом различных исследовательских работ приводятся значимые патогенетические аспекты клеточного и гуморального механизмов повреждения трансплантата, особенности формирования иммунологической толерантности и возможности применения результатов исследований в развитии подходов к иммуносупрессивной терапии.

Об авторах

С. В. Зыблева
ГУ «РНПЦ радиационной медицины и экологии человека», г. Гомель, Беларусь
Россия


С. Л. Зыблев
ГУ «РНПЦ радиационной медицины и экологии человека», г. Гомель, Беларусь
Россия


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Рецензия

Для цитирования:


Зыблева С.В., Зыблев С.Л. Иммунологические механизмы эффекторного звена системы иммунитета при аллотрансплантации. Медико-биологические проблемы жизнедеятельности. 2020;(2):13-24.

For citation:


Zybleva S., Zyblev S. The immunologic mechanism of the immune system effector am in the allotransplantation. Medical and Biological Problems of Life Activity. 2020;(2):13-24. (In Russ.)

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