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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of tolerize.
  • adj. Subject to tolerization

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Examples

  • 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.

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  • FoxP3+ regulatory T cells (Tregs) increased in the popliteal LNs of tolerized animals compared with non-tolerized animals.

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  • In addition, Fas ligand (FasL), TNF receptor 1 (TNFR1) and caspase-8 were upregulated in tolerized rats.

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  • + 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.

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  • + T cells) undergoing apoptosis dramatically increased in the popliteal lymph nodes (LNs) of the tolerized animals compared with non-tolerized animals.

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  • 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 [

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