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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of tolerize.
- adj. Subject to tolerization
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The early gestational fetus is immunologically immature and can be "tolerized" to cells, organs, or proteins that are immunologically foreign, avoiding the potential for rejection and the need for immunosuppression.
FoxP3+ regulatory T cells (Tregs) increased in the popliteal LNs of tolerized animals compared with non-tolerized animals.
In addition, Fas ligand (FasL), TNF receptor 1 (TNFR1) and caspase-8 were upregulated in tolerized rats.
+ T cells (harvested from the popliteal LNs) in response to antigenic stimulation was drastically reduced in the state of tolerance compared with the cells from non-tolerized animals.
+ T cells) undergoing apoptosis dramatically increased in the popliteal lymph nodes (LNs) of the tolerized animals compared with non-tolerized animals.
Previous results suggested that thymic epithelium tolerized T cells by inducing anergy, a state in which the T cell fails to respond to its cognate antigen [