Immunology of the Oral Mucosa View Full Text


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DATE

2018-03-02

AUTHORS

Lesley Ann Bergmeier

ABSTRACT

The oral mucosa is defined as a mucous membrane that is continuous with the skin at the lips, and more importantly continuous with the pharyngeal mucosa and the gastrointestinal mucosa. While the oral mucosa shares many features with the skin and gastrointestinal mucosa it has many unique features that enable this sophisticated tissue to act as a gatekeeper controlling the effects of both inhaled and ingested antigens and the levels of inflammation and immune responses that are permitted in a normal healthy oral cavity. The purpose of this chapter is to introduce the concept of the oral immune system, to describe the functions of immune cells within the oral cavity and to place this highly sophisticated network in the context of health and disease. More... »

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53-67

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