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Specialized Pro-resolving Mediators Directs Cardiac Healing and Repair with Activation of Inflammation and Resolution Program in Heart Failure
Cardiac rehabilitation for women
Optimizing ERG measures of scotopic and photopic critical flicker frequency
Preservation of quiescent chronic myelogenous leukemia stem cells by the bone marrow microenvironment
Recent progress in vascular tissue-engineered blood vessels
Role of prostate MRI in the setting of active surveillance for prostate cancer
X-Linked Spinal and Bulbar Muscular Atrophy: From Clinical Genetic Features and Molecular Pathology to Mechanisms Underlying Disease Toxicity.
High-density lipoprotein regulation of mitochondrial function
Small angle scattering for pharmaceutical applications: From drugs to drug delivery systems
Taurine supplementation reduces renal nerve activity in male rats in which renal nerve activity was increased by a high sugar diet
Approaches to inactivate genes in zebrafish
Perinatal taurine exposure alters hematological and chemical properties of blood in adult male rats
Taurine supplementation prevents the adverse effect of high sugar intake on arterial pressure control after cardiac ischemia/reperfusion in female rats
The effect of perinatal Taurine on adult renal function does not appear to be mediated by Taurine’s inhibition of the renin-angiotensin system
A20 expressing tumors and anticancer drug resistance
CEP290 and the primary cilium
Modulation of the rate of retinal degeneration in T17M RHO mice by reprogramming the unfolded protein response.
High sugar intake blunts arterial baroreflex via estrogen receptors in perinatal taurine supplemented rats
Perinatal taurine exposure programs patterns of autonomic nerve activity responses to tooth pulp stimulation in adult male rats
Perinatal taurine imbalance alters the interplay of renin-angiotensin system and estrogen on glucose-insulin regulation in adult female rats
Sodium fluxes and astroglial function.
Cellular immunity in breast milk: Implications for postnatal transmission of HIV-1 to the infant
Building the machines: Scaffolding protein functions during bacteriophage morphogenesis
ERG critical flicker frequency assessment in humans
Functional rescue of P23H rhodopsin photoreceptors by gene delivery
Cellular immunity in breast milk: implications for postnatal transmission of HIV-1 to the infant.
Neonatal herpes simplex virus infections: Where are we now?
What's new in diagnostic testing and treatment approaches for mycoplasma pneumoniae infections in children?
Enhancing medical research efficiency by using concept maps
1 rhodopsin mutations in congenital night blindness
ApoE mimetic peptide reduces plasma lipid hydroperoxide content with a concomitant increase in HDL paraoxonase activity
Role of menin in neuroendocrine tumorigenesis
Therapy of herpes virus infections in children
Classification of ovarian cancer: a genomic analysis.
Classification of ovarian cancer: A genomic analysis
Fc receptor-like proteins (FCRL): immunomodulators of B cell function.
CD38: an ecto-enzyme at the crossroads of innate and adaptive immune responses.
The function of local lymphoid tissues in pulmonary immune responses.
CD38: An ecto-enzyme at the crossroads of innate and adaptive immune responses
Fc receptor-like proteins (FCRL): Immunomodulators of B cell function
The function of local lymphoid tissues in pulmonary immune responses
Alterations of T lymphocytes in inflammatory bowel diseases
Involvement of dendritic cells in the pathogenesis of inflammatory bowel disease
Acquisition and use of digital images for pathology education and practice
Effective communication of antimicrobial susceptibility data by pathologists to clinicians
Selected case studies in hematopathology: Application of current ancillary techniques in diagnosis
Surgical pathology of the parathyroid glands
Uncommon and relatively uncommon lesions of the female reproductive system
Congenital cytomegalovirus infection: Epidemiology and treatment
A hypothesis for the etiology of interstitial cystitis
. 539 B:683-712.
Association of clinical diagnostic tests and dry eye surveys: The NEI-VFQ-25 and the OSDI©
. 506 B:1177-1181.
Patient-reported versus doctor-diagnosed dry eye: The assessment of symptoms
. 506 B:1189-1193.
The repeatability of diagnostic tests and surveys in dry eye
. 506 B:1171-1175.
The thickness of the post-lens tear film measured by interferometry
. 506 B:929-933.
Regulation of spleen white pulp structure and function by lymphotoxin
Results of a dry eye questionnaire from optometric practices in North America
. 506 B:1009-1016.
The role of human milk in necrotizing enterocolitis
Homeostasis of the mucosal immune system: Human milk and lactation
Presence of carotenoid, an anticarcinogenic marker, in nipple aspirates postlactation
Therapeutic approaches to the management of herpes zoster
The size of corneal epithelial cells collected by contact lens cytology from dry eyes
Novel non-peptidic opioid compounds with immunopotentiating effects
Fatty acids and breast cancer cell proliferation
In defense of mucosal surfaces: Regulation and manipulation of the mucosal immune system
Clinical experience with non-nucleoside reverse transcreptase inhibitors: L-697,661 and nevirapine
Autoimmunity due to defective Nur77, Fas, and TNF-RI apoptosis
Sorivudine: A potent inhibitor of varicella zoster virus replication
Analysis of intestinal intraepithelial lymphocyte (IEL) T cells in mice expressing anti-CD8 immunoglobulin transgenes
Compartmentalization within the common mucosal immune system
Autoimmunity, apoptosis defects and retroviruses
Characterization of IgA1, IgA2 and secretory IgA carbohydrate chains using plant lectins
Clonal antibody dominance after influenza vaccination in IgA nephropathy patients and controls
Decreased IgA-producing cells in the gut of SIV-infected rhesus monkeys
Dendritic cells regulate development of alloantigenic and mitogenic T(H)1 versus T(H)2 responses
Do CD5 B cells respond to oral antigens?
Ig-Secreting and interferon-γ-producing cells in mice mucosally immunized with influenza virus
IgA nephropathy: A disease of incomplete IgA 1 glycosylation?
IgA production and transport in the murine liver after mucosal immunization
Induction of salivary IgA responses to Streptococcus mutans antigen I/II after intranasal immunization
Intraperitoneal administration of tetanus toxoid elicits a specific responses of antibody-secreting cells in the peritoneal cavity
Oral immunization studies with streptococcus mutans and influenza vaccines in rhesus macaque monkeys
Oral tolerance in humans: T cell but not B cell tolerance to a soluble protein antigen
Phylogeny of the immunoglobulin joining (J) chain
Potential role of dietary isoflavones in the prevention of cancer
Divergent T-cell cytokine profiles induced by dendritic cells from different tissues
Cytokine production and T cell receptor expression by salivary gland T cells and intraepithelial T lymphocytes for the regulation of the IgA response
Induction of T helper cells and cytokines for mucosal IgA responses
Liposomes and conjugate vaccines for antigen delivery and induction of mucosal immune responses
Prospects for human mucosal vaccines
Legionella pneumophilia infection and cytokine production
Acyclovir: The past ten years
Cigarette smoking and extracranial carotid atherosclerosis.
Immunologically-mediated pituitary-adrenal activation.
Regulation of EGF receptor and transforming growth factor-alpha expression.
Role of the galt contrasuppressor T cell circuit in isotype-specific immunoregulation.
A peptide binding protein which plays a role in antigen presentation.
Altered patterns of secretion of IgA and IgG subclasses by ulcerative colitis and Crohn's disease intestinal mononuclear cells.
. 216 A:335-344.
Antibodies directed at Fab of IgA in the sera of normal individuals and IgA nephropathy patients.
. 216 B:1537-1544.
Binding, uptake and processing of various molecular forms of IgA by human hepatoma cell line (HepG2).
. 216 B:1117-1123.
Characterization of liposomes for oral vaccines.
. 216 B:1771-1780.
Complement phenotypes (C3 and C4) in IgA nephropathy.
. 216 B:1569-1575.
Coupling of B cell surface Ig, Ia and BSF1 receptors to intracellular "second messengers".
Current correction factors inadequately predict the relationship between transcutaneous (tc) and arterial PCO2 in sick neonates.
Detection of food antigen-specific IgA immune complexes in human sera.
. 216 A:813-820.
Differential expression of IgA- and IgM-rheumatoid factors in human disease: evidence for independent regulation of rheumatoid factor isotype production.
. 216 B:1627-1639.
Glycoconjugate receptors for bacteria attaching to mucosal sites: examples for Escherichia coli and Streptococcus pneumoniae.
. 216 B:931-939.
IgA on the surface of erythrocytes from IgA nephropathy patients.
. 216 B:1577-1581.
IgA subclass responses to lipopolysaccharide in humans.
. 216 B:1199-1205.
Immunohistochemical study of the ontogeny of the secretory immune system.
. 216 B:1359-1368.
Immunological studies of IgA nephropathy: familial and racial aspects.
. 216 B:1489-1498.
Induction of secretory immunity to type 3 Streptococcus pneumoniae by oral immunization.
. 216 B:1765-1770.
Influence of IgA on carbohydrate-mediated clearance of antigen.
. 216 B:1125-1131.
Inhibition of natural killer (NK) activity by human colostral and serum IgA.
. 216 A:539-542.
Molecular form and subclass distribution of IgA antibodies after immunization with live and inactivated influenza A vaccines.
. 216 B:1691-1700.
Novel oral vaccines: the effectiveness of cloned gene products on inducing secretory immune responses.
. 216 B:1741-1747.
Oral immunization with bacterial antigen induces IgA-secreting cells in peripheral blood in humans.
. 216 B:1709-1719.
Pathogenesis and significance of urogenital mycoplasmal infections.
Regulatory T cell networks in the secretory immune system.
. 216 A:45-55.
Secretory component binding: immunofluorescence and ultrastructural studies.
. 216 B:1085-1094.
Trinitrophenyl reactive T-cell clones in functional and molecular analysis of the HLA-D region.
Type-specific antibodies against group B streptococci in human serum, saliva and vaginal secretions.
. 216 B:995-1003.
Herpesvirus infections in the immunocompromised host: diagnosis and management.
Insulin resistance in non-insulin dependent (type II) and insulin dependent (type I) diabetes mellitus.
Vascular basement membranes: preparation and properties of material isolated with the use of detergents.
Concept of the local and common mucosal immune response.
Effective immunity to dental caries: selective induction of secretory immunity by oral administration of Streptococcus mutans in rodents.
Generation of clonal and isotype diversity.
Induction of secretory antibodies in humans following ingestion of Streptococcus mutans.
L-glutamic acid60-L-alanine30-L-tyrosine10 (GAT): A probe for regulatory mechanisms in antibody responses.
Molecular-cellular interactions in the secretory IgA system.
Report of the summation committee: recommended areas for future research.
Secretory immunity and immunodeficiency.
Use of mutants in the elucidation of virulence of Streptococcus mutans.
Association of S-IgA subunits.
The carbohydrate composition of glycopeptides isolated from IgA2 immunoglobulin.
The origin of monomeric and polymeric forms of IgA in man.
Immunological and clinical effects of transfer factor in anergic subjects.
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