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Fig. 4 | Clinical and Translational Allergy

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From: Viral infections and wheezing–asthma inception in childhood: is there a role for immunomodulation by oral bacterial lysates?

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Mouse models relevant to human diseases. a Sublethal influenza virus infection: pretreatment with OM-85 protected mice against viral infection but also from bacterial superinfections suggesting that the anti-influenza-specific activation of the immune system was associated with an enhancement of specific anti-bacterial responses. b Ova-induced allergic asthma: the expansion of Treg cells induced by OM-85 was associated with a significant decrease of the Th2 inflammatory response to the allergen and enhanced the response to inhaled corticosteroids

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