The exact role of engineered nanomaterials in immune system modulation remains unclear. The aim of this concise review is to give a comprehensive insight into recent published scientific data concerning the modulation of innate and adaptive immune responses by engineered nanoparticles,
and to provide a basis for future experimental work related to designing safer, and more efficient biomaterials.
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