toleragen

toleragen

[′täl·ə·rə·jən]
(immunology)
A substance which, in appropriate dosages, produces a state of specific immunological tolerance in humans or animals.
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Abetimus: It is a synthetic toleragen molecule con-sisting of four double-stranded oligo-deoxy-ribo-nuc-leotides attached to non-immunogenic polyethylene glycol.
The company also recently announced laboratory study results for a new Toleragen candidate for antibody-mediated organ rejection in xenotransplantation.
The indications and optimal targets for autologous stem cell therapy in SLE, as well as the major indications for biologic therapies like B-cell depletion, inhibition of B-cell differentiation, costimulation blockade, and toleragens.