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Effect of colchicine was evaluated by performing delayed type hypersensitivity, macrophage engulfment assay, detection of nitric oxide (NO) productionand cyclophosphamide induced neutropenia assay.
The delayed type hypersensitivity reaction (DTHR) was carried out using a method described previously with a slight modification (George et al., 2011).
Effects of lipopolysaccharide-protein complex and crude capsular antigens of Pasteurella multocida serotype A on antibody responses and delayed type hypersensitivity responses in the chicken.
For early diagnosis and treatment, patients should be informed about delayed type hypersensitivity reactions which may occur following use of antibiotics, analgesics, antunflammatory and anticonvulsant drugs which are frequently prescribed in daily practice and should be monitored in terms of these hypersensitivity reactions.
Ketoprofen has been shown to causes delayed type hypersensitivity reactions on skin (Foti et al., 2008).
Table 3: Effect of the extract and fractions on carbon clearance and delayed type hypersensitivity reaction (DTHR).
Additionally, O3 decrease the production of other inflammatory mediators (such as TNF[alpha]), reduce T cell receptor expression, immunoglobulin A (IgA) expression, antigenic stimulation responses by lymphocytes, delayed type hypersensitivity response and accessory cell function.
IL-17 is regarded as a signature cytokine for Th17 cells and is involved in inflammatory responses as observed in bacterial and fungal defense mechanisms, development of autoimmunity, tumors, and allergic reactions such as CHS, Th2 delayed type hypersensitivity and asthma [49].
The immunity generated by AE37 appeared to be long lasting, as significant vaccine-specific delayed type hypersensitivity (DTH) reactions were still apparent 6 months after the end of vaccinations.