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Cis-acting pathways selectively enforce the non-immunogenicity of shed placental antigen for maternal CD8 T cells.
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Maternal immune tolerance towards the fetus and placenta is thought to be established in part by pathways that attenuate T cell priming to antigens released from the placenta into maternal blood. These pathways remain largely undefined and their existence,
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