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Targeting innate immune cells for immunotherapy
(Hindawi Limited, 2017)
XBP-1 and the UPRosome: Mastering secretory cell function
A unique feature of secretory cells is the proliferation of the endoplasmic reticulum (ER) and Golgi network. The high demand imposed by protein synthesis and folding in secretory cells constitutes an endogenous source of ...
La inmunología clínica actual: una perspectiva genética y molecular
(Sociedad Médica de Santiago, 2000)
Immunology south of the equator in the Americas
(Nature Publishing Group, 2008)
Despite a troubled economic and political past, a tradition of fundamental research in immunology and infectious diseases has been fostered in Argentina, Brazil and Chile, as well as in other South American countries.
Immunologic classification of acute lymphoblastic leukemia
The study of cell surface antigens in acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) has provided the basic information for classification of ALL into B cell or T cell lineage. Each immunologic type may present at an immature or more ...
Antinociceptive interaction of (±)-CPP and propentofylline in monoarthritic rats
Introduction: Multiple studies have shown that glial cells of the spinal cord, such as astrocytes and microglia, have close contact with neurons, suggesting the term tripartite synapse. In these synapses, astrocytes ...
The articular cartilage in familial chondrocalcinosis. Light and electron microscopic study
Cartilage has been studied from 12 patients with different degrees of chondrocalcinosis. Degenerative changes and patches of decreased saphranin 0 staining were present even in areas without calcium deposits. Alkaline ...
Trypanosoma cruzi: Immunological properties of a soluble extract of culture forms
Immunological properties of a soluble Trypanosoma cruzi antigen were studied by Ouchterlony double-diffusion, immunoelectrophoresis, and fractionation procedures. Immune human serum was used with the antigen, and five ...