FEATURES OF BACTERIAL IMMUNOMODULATORS INFLUENCE ON IMMUNOREGULATORY MECHANISMS IN PATIENTS WITH RESPIRATORY ALLERGIES

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Recovering from bacterial infections in the first years of life reduces further risk of allergic diseases. Effects of bacterial immunomodulator Broncho Vaxom on immune system to certain extent repeats the immune response that occurs during penetration of the pathogen in the body. Bacterial antigens orchestrate cellular and humoral immune responses, stimulate innate immunity, normalize cytokine balance, and are promising in the treatment of respiratory allergic diseases.

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A V Sobolev

North-Western State Medical University named after I.I. Mechnikov

Email: isobolev757@rambler.ru
Kashkin Research Institute of Medical Mycology St. Petersburg, Russia

O V Aak

North-Western State Medical University named after I.I. Mechnikov

Kashkin Research Institute of Medical Mycology St. Petersburg, Russia

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