In this paper I'm reading, the researchers were looking at IFN-y secretion (via ELISA) from CpG DNA +Ovalbumin exposed mice. CpG is the known PAMP for TLR9 and elicits a Th1 like response. Ovalbumin, from what I've read, induces a Tc response. Why would the researchers use ovalbumin for this and not just CpG DNA?
The use of ovalbumin as an antigen
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