These particles, when injected, mimic the attributes of the granules found in natural cells, and the synthetic particles also target the draining lymph nodes and provide for the timed release of the encapsulated material.
What does DLN stand for?
DLN stands for Draining Lymph Node
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We have 34 other meanings of DLN in our Acronym Attic
- Digital Loyalty Network
- Direct Link Node
- Discothèque l'Onyx Night (French nightclub)
- Discrepancy Lifecycle Network
- Distributed Learning Networks, Inc.
- District Level Network
- Doctor Light Number (Mega Man series)
- Document Locator Number
- Don't Look Now (film)
- Doris Lessing Newsletter
- Driver's Licence Number
- Dry Low NOx
- Deaf Literacy Needs Assessment
- Digital Living Network Alliance
- Diplexer Low Noise Amplifier
- Disilgold Literary Network Association
- Distance Learning Network Aid
- Dynamical Limited Nuclear Aggregation
- Deputy Local Naval Commander (rank; US Navy)
- Digital Library National Convention
Samples in periodicals archive:
Tuberculosis of the abdomen in non HIV patients most commonly affects the ileocaecal region of the bowel where it causes circumferential ulcers with multiple strictures and sometimes involves the draining lymph nodes (10).
Local failure was defined as a recurrence of MCC in the same area as the primary site, and regional failure was defined as a recurrence in the draining lymph nodes or in proximity of the primary site.
Prevention of UVB-induced suppression of immune responses by EGCG was also associated with the reduction in immunosuppressive cytokine interleukin (IL)-10 production at UV irradiated skin and draining lymph nodes, whereas IL-12 production was significantly enhanced in draining lymph nodes.
Predominant V[beta]2 and V[beta]23 representation, along with minor overrepresentations of V[beta]13 and V[beta]21, was detected among TILs and in the draining lymph node compared with the corresponding V[beta] families in a non-tumor-draining lymph node (Fig.