Animal models of acquired secondary immunodeficiency and their application in traditional Chinese medicine syndrome models
Received:April 17, 2020  
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DOI:10. 3969 / j.issn.1005-4847. 2020. 05. 018
KeyWord:acquired secondary immunodeficiency; animal model; traditional Chinese medicine syndrome Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.
刘美怡 山东中医药大学,济南
钱深思 山东中医药大学,济南
容蓉 1.山东中医药大学,济南 ; 2.山东中医药大学,中医药抗病毒协同创新中心,济南
杨勇 1.山东中医药大学,济南 ; 2.山东中医药大学,中医药抗病毒协同创新中心,济南
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      Impaired immunity makes the body more susceptible to internal and external pathogenic factors, making people more susceptible and at higher risk for various diseases. To better conduct basic research for this special group, based on relevant studies performed in China and elsewhere in the past 10 years, this paper analyzes and summarizes the experimental animals, Methods and evaluation indexes involved in acquired secondary immunodeficiency models, and proposes that immunocompromised models can be integrated into future research on the modernization of traditional Chinese medicine.
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