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Animal models that recreate aspects of the human immune system are substantial for developing drugs for autoimmune diseases. In addition, human pathologies, which are not autoimmune in nature, such as oncologic diseases, are also affected by the immune system in the human body. General models of inflammation such as Delayed Type Hypersensitivity provide a good and fast prediction of drug potency in inflammation reduction in general. Animal models of autoimmune diseases, that appear below recapitulate phenotypic and molecular nature of specific diseases.

General Inflammation Models

Inflammatory Bowel Disease

Rheumatoid Arthritis

Multiple Sclerosis

Systemic Lupus Erythematosus

Lung Disorders

In vitro
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