Subject Areas on Research
- 9G4 autoreactivity is increased in HIV-infected patients and correlates with HIV broadly neutralizing serum activity.
- A Race Against Time-Changing the Natural History of CRIM Negative Infantile Pompe Disease.
- A natural history of melanoma: serial gene expression analysis.
- A novel role for activation-induced cytidine deaminase: central B-cell tolerance.
- A role for plasma cell targeting agents in immune tolerance induction in autoimmune disease and antibody responses to therapeutic proteins.
- A study of dendritic and endothelial cell interactions in colon cancer in a cell line and small mammal model.
- AIDS/HIV. Host controls of HIV neutralizing antibodies.
- Acute and chronic graft-versus-host disease in man.
- Allogeneic microchimerism and donor antigen-specific hyporeactivity in lung transplant recipients.
- Allograft loss in renal transplant recipients with cryptococcus neoformans associated immune reconstitution syndrome.
- Altered toll-like receptor responsiveness underlies a dominant heritable defect in B cell tolerance in autoimmune New Zealand Black mice.
- American society of transplantation symposium on B cells in transplantation: harnessing humoral immunity from rodent models to clinical practice.
- An expanded role of the tumor suppressor TSC1 in T cell tolerance.
- An immune tolerance approach using transient low-dose methotrexate in the ERT-naïve setting of patients treated with a therapeutic protein: experience in infantile-onset Pompe disease.
- Annual literature review for clinical transplants 2005.
- Anti-receptor antibody-induced H-Y-specific delayed-type hypersensitivity responses in nonresponder mice.
- Anti-tumor immunity: myeloid leukocytes control the immune landscape.
- Anticipatory immune suppression and nausea in women receiving cyclic chemotherapy for ovarian cancer.
- Antigen-specific induced Foxp3+ regulatory T cells are generated following CD40/CD154 blockade.
- Apoptosis and B cell tolerance.
- Application of stem cell transplantation in autoimmune diseases.
- Aqueous humor factors and their effect on the immune response in the anterior chamber.
- Aspects of immunobiology and immunotherapy and uses of monoclonal antibodies and biologic immune modifiers in human gliomas.
- Aspergillus flavus: an unusual cause of chest wall inflammation in an immunocompetent host.
- Autologous tumor rejection in humans: trimming the myths.
- Autoreactivity in an HIV-1 broadly reactive neutralizing antibody variable region heavy chain induces immunologic tolerance.
- Avirulent Toxoplasma gondii generates therapeutic antitumor immunity by reversing immunosuppression in the ovarian cancer microenvironment.
- B cell tolerance: putting the horse before the cart.
- BCR and Endosomal TLR Signals Synergize to Increase AID Expression and Establish Central B Cell Tolerance.
- Bacteria establish an aqueous living space in plants crucial for virulence.
- Behavioral, endocrine, and immunological correlates of immigration by an aggressive male into a natural primate group.
- Benefits of Prophylactic Short-Course Immune Tolerance Induction in Patients With Infantile Pompe Disease: Demonstration of Long-Term Safety and Efficacy in an Expanded Cohort.
- CCL-21 conditioned regulatory T cells induce allotolerance through enhanced homing to lymphoid tissue.
- CD122-Selective IL2 Complexes Reduce Immunosuppression, Promote Treg Fragility, and Sensitize Tumor Response to PD-L1 Blockade.
- CD19-regulated signaling thresholds control peripheral tolerance and autoantibody production in B lymphocytes.
- CD22 and Siglec-G in B cell function and tolerance.
- CD22: a multifunctional receptor that regulates B lymphocyte survival and signal transduction.
- CD26 inhibition enhances allogeneic donor-cell homing and engraftment after in utero hematopoietic-cell transplantation.
- Candidal splenic abscesses.
- Cellular Therapies in Solid Organ Allotransplantation: Promise and Pitfalls.
- Central tolerance regulates B cells reactive with Goodpasture antigen alpha3(IV)NC1 collagen.
- Challenges in the pursuit of immune tolerance.
- Characterization of intraocular immunopathology following intracameral inoculation with alloantigen.
- Chimerism and tolerance without GVHD or engraftment syndrome in HLA-mismatched combined kidney and hematopoietic stem cell transplantation.
- Clinical applications of a peptide-based vaccine for glioblastoma.
- Clinical tolerance 2008.
- Clonal deletion and clonal anergy in the thymus induced by cellular elements with different radiation sensitivities.
- Colonic Diverticulitis in a 19-Year-Old Boy With Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis: Surgical Implications of Chronic Immunosuppression.
- Common tolerance mechanisms, but distinct cross-reactivities associated with gp41 and lipids, limit production of HIV-1 broad neutralizing antibodies 2F5 and 4E10.
- Contemporary issues in the management of von Willebrand disease.
- Conversion of CD73hiFR4hi anergic T cells to IFN-γ-producing effector cells disrupts established immune tolerance.
- Costimulation, coinhibition and cancer.
- Countering tumor-induced immunosuppression during immunotherapy for pancreatic cancer.
- Creation and properties of histocompatibility antigen-cell conjugates. I. Preparation and immunological properties of rat histocompatibility antigens.
- Creation and properties of histocompatibility antigen-cell conjugates. II. Antibody tolerance after treatment with donor histocompatibility antigen chemically coupled to recipient spleen cells.
- Creation of tolerogenic human dendritic cells via intracellular CTLA4: a novel strategy with potential in clinical immunosuppression.
- Cross-Reactivity to Kynureninase Tolerizes B Cells That Express the HIV-1 Broadly Neutralizing Antibody 2F5.
- Crossing the bridge: large animal models in translational transplantation research.
- Cryptosporidium species, a protean protozoan.
- Current status of bone marrow transplantation.
- Cutaneous manifestations of Corynebacterium group JK sepsis.
- Cyclophosphamide treatment used to manipulate the immune response for the production of monoclonal antibodies.
- Cytomegalovirus (CMV) shedding is highly correlated with markers of immunosuppression in CMV-seropositive women.
- Designing Clinical Trials for Combination Immunotherapy: A Framework for Glioblastoma.
- Dietary flavonoid naringenin induces regulatory T cells via an aryl hydrocarbon receptor mediated pathway.
- Differential Role of B Cells and IL-17 Versus IFN-γ During Early and Late Rejection of Pig Islet Xenografts in Mice.
- Differentiation and tolerance of CD4+ T lymphocytes.
- Disseminated zygomycosis: report of four cases and review.
- Donor specific bone marrow cells suppress lymphocyte reactivity to donor antigens and differentially modulate TH1 and TH2 cytokine gene expression in the responder cell population.
- Donor type natural killer cells after haploidentical T cell-depleted bone marrow stem cell transplantation in a patient with adenosine deaminase-deficient severe combined immunodeficiency.
- Donor-reactive T-cell stimulation history and precursor frequency: barriers to tolerance induction.
- Early Stage HER2-Positive Breast Cancers Not Achieving a pCR From Neoadjuvant Trastuzumab- or Pertuzumab-Based Regimens Have an Immunosuppressive Phenotype.
- Editorial: Viral Infection at the Maternal-Fetal Interface.
- Efficacy and toxicity of a protocol using sirolimus, tacrolimus and daclizumab in a nonhuman primate renal allotransplant model.
- Enhanced antibody responses to an HIV-1 membrane-proximal external region antigen in mice reconstituted with cultured lymphocytes.
- Enhanced response to enzyme replacement therapy in Pompe disease after the induction of immune tolerance.
- Escape from tolerance in the human X-linked autoimmunity-allergic disregulation syndrome and the Scurfy mouse.
- Ethanol and complement hemolytic activity of selectively bred hypercholinergic rats.
- Examination of the mechanisms responsible for tolerance induction after intrathymic inoculation of allogeneic bone marrow.
- Exosomes in Pancreatic Cancer: from Early Detection to Treatment.
- Expansion or elimination of B cells in vivo: dual roles for CD40- and Fas (CD95)-ligands modulated by the B cell antigen receptor.
- Expression and production of interleukin-10 by human trophoblast: relationship to pregnancy immunotolerance.
- Expression of an antisense transforming growth factor-beta1 transgene reduces tumorigenicity of EMT6 mammary tumor cells.
- Eye-derived cytokines and the immunosuppressive intraocular microenvironment: a review.
- FN18-CRM9 immunotoxin promotes tolerance in primate renal allografts.
- Fetal and adult hematopoietic stem cells give rise to distinct T cell lineages in humans.
- Fetal regulatory T cells and peripheral immune tolerance in utero: implications for development and disease.
- First-trimester human chorionic villi express both immunoregulatory and inflammatory cytokines: a role for interleukin-10 in regulating the cytokine network of pregnancy.
- Foxp3 and Toll-like receptor signaling balance Treg cell anabolic metabolism for suppression.
- Frontiers in nephrology: immune tolerance to allografts in humans.
- Galectin-1 is essential for the induction of MOG35-55 -based intravenous tolerance in experimental autoimmune encephalomyelitis.
- Gene deletions in Mycobacterium bovis BCG stimulate increased CD8+ T cell responses.
- Gene therapy in transplantation.
- Gene transfer to the thymus. A means of abrogating the immune response to recombinant adenovirus.
- Gold nanoparticles-mediated photothermal therapy and immunotherapy.
- Graft hyporeactivity induced by donor-derived dendritic cell progenitors.
- Granzyme B is dispensable for immunologic tolerance to self in a murine model of systemic lupus erythematosus.
- HIV-1 envelope gp41 broadly neutralizing antibodies: hurdles for vaccine development.
- HIV-1-negative female sex workers sustain high cervical IFNɛ, low immune activation, and low expression of HIV-1-required host genes.
- HLA- and genotype-based risk assessment model to identify infantile onset pompe disease patients at high-risk of developing significant anti-drug antibodies (ADA).
- Hapten-specific T cell responses to 4-hydroxy-3-nitrophenyl acetyl. VIII. Suppressor cell pathways in cutaneous sensitivity responses.
- Hematopoietic chimerism achieved by in utero hematopoietic stem cell injection does not induce donor-specific tolerance for renal allografts in sheep.
- Heritable vaginal bacteria influence immune tolerance and relate to early-life markers of allergic sensitization in infancy.
- High dose IVIG successfully reduces high rhGAA IgG antibody titers in a CRIM-negative infantile Pompe disease patient.
- Hitting the reset button for immune tolerance.
- Host controls of HIV broadly neutralizing antibody development.
- Human B-cell lymphoma in severe combined immunodeficient mice after active infection with Epstein-Barr virus.
- Human decidual macrophages suppress IFN-γ production by T cells through costimulatory B7-H1:PD-1 signaling in early pregnancy.
- Human dendritic cells transfected with RNA encoding prostate-specific antigen stimulate prostate-specific CTL responses in vitro.
- Human intrathymic T cell differentiation.
- Human placental cytotrophoblasts attract monocytes and CD56(bright) natural killer cells via the actions of monocyte inflammatory protein 1alpha.
- Human plasmacytoid dendritic cells activated by CpG oligodeoxynucleotides induce the generation of CD4+CD25+ regulatory T cells.
- Humoral autoimmunity to basement membrane antigens is regulated in C57BL/6 and MRL/MpJ mice transgenic for anti-laminin Ig receptors.
- IL-10 regulates Il12b expression via histone deacetylation: implications for intestinal macrophage homeostasis.
- IL-2-dependent tuning of NK cell sensitivity for target cells is controlled by regulatory T cells.
- Identification of a B cell signature associated with renal transplant tolerance in humans.
- Identification of autoantigens recognized by the 2F5 and 4E10 broadly neutralizing HIV-1 antibodies.
- Immune Microenvironment Landscape in CNS Tumors and Role in Responses to Immunotherapy.
- Immune Modulation for Enzyme Replacement Therapy in A Female Patient With Hunter Syndrome.
- Immune Tolerance for Autoimmune Disease and Cell Transplantation.
- Immune Tolerance-Adjusted Personalized Immunogenicity Prediction for Pompe Disease.
- Immune heterogeneity in neuroinflammation: dendritic cells in the brain.
- Immune response to enzyme replacement therapies in lysosomal storage diseases and the role of immune tolerance induction.
- Immune responses at the maternal-fetal interface.
- Immune signatures predict prognosis in localized cancer.
- Immunodominant liver-specific expression suppresses transgene-directed immune responses in murine pompe disease.
- Immunologic challenges of human reproduction: an evolving story.
- Immunologic tolerance.
- Immunological tolerance.
- Immunology in the Clinic Review Series; focus on allergies: immunotherapy for food allergy.
- Immunoreactive vasoactive intestinal peptide contributes to the immunosuppressive activity of normal aqueous humor.
- Immunoregulatory mechanisms of the eye.
- Immunosuppression without immunosuppression? How to be a tolerant individual in a dangerous world.
- Immunotherapy of malignant brain tumors.
- Immunotherapy of type 1 diabetes: where are we and where should we be going?
- Impact of air filtration on nosocomial Aspergillus infections. Unique risk of bone marrow transplant recipients.
- Impaired immune responses and B-cell proliferation in mice lacking the Id3 gene.
- Impairing oral tolerance promotes allergy and anaphylaxis: a new murine food allergy model.
- Improved outcome of respiratory syncytial virus infection in a high-risk hospitalized population of Canadian children. Pediatric Investigators Collaborative Network on Infections in Canada.
- In situ studies of the primary immune response to (4-hydroxy-3-nitrophenyl)acetyl. IV. Affinity-dependent, antigen-driven B cell apoptosis in germinal centers as a mechanism for maintaining self-tolerance.
- In utero transplantation of rat hematopoietic stem cells induces xenogeneic chimerism in mice.
- Increased glomerular deposits of von Willebrand factor in chronic, but not acute, rejection of primate renal allografts.
- Induction of donor-specific tolerance to heart transplantation: From concept to clinical translation.
- Induction of maternal tolerance to fetal alloantigens by RANTES production.
- Induction of peripheral T cell tolerance in vivo requires CTLA-4 engagement.
- Induction of plasma (TRAIL), TNFR-2, Fas ligand, and plasma microparticles after human immunodeficiency virus type 1 (HIV-1) transmission: implications for HIV-1 vaccine design.
- Induction of specific tolerance by intrathymic injection of recipient muscle cells transfected with donor class I major histocompatibility complex.
- Induction of tolerance to parental parathyroid grafts using allogeneic thymus tissue in patients with DiGeorge anomaly.
- Induction of tolerance to solubilized rat histocompatibility antigens.
- Induction of type I IFN is required for overcoming tumor-specific T-cell tolerance after stem cell transplantation.
- Influence of changes in pretransplant sensitization on patient and graft survival in cadaver renal transplantation.
- Inhibition of human natural killer cell activity by a synthetic peptide homologous to a conserved region in the retroviral protein, p15E.
- Inhibitors of monocyte responses to chemotaxins are present in human cancerous effusions and react with monoclonal antibodies to the P15(E) structural protein of retroviruses.
- Initiation of HIV neutralizing B cell lineages with sequential envelope immunizations.
- Intrathymic injection of donor alloantigens induces donor-specific vascularized allograft tolerance without immunosuppression.
- Intrinsic and induced regulation of the age-associated onset of spontaneous experimental autoimmune encephalomyelitis.
- Introducing thymus for promoting transplantation tolerance.
- Introduction: Regulatory B Cell Special Issue-making all the pieces fit.
- Is the HScore useful in COVID-19?
- Is tolerance induction the answer to adolescent non-adherence?
- Joining Forces in Basic Science: ITS Meeting 2.0.
- JunB Controls Intestinal Effector Programs in Regulatory T Cells.
- Kupffer cells: another player in liver tolerance induction.
- Late-stage tumors induce anemia and immunosuppressive extramedullary erythroid progenitor cells.
- Less is more: maintenance minimization as a step toward tolerance.
- Long-term tolerance of islet allografts in nonhuman primates induced by apoptotic donor leukocytes.
- Loss of tolerance of anti-dsDNA B cells in mice overexpressing CD19.
- Lupus-specific antiribonucleoprotein B cell tolerance in nonautoimmune mice is maintained by differentiation to B-1 and governed by B cell receptor signaling thresholds.
- Lymphoma models for B cell activation and tolerance. V. Anti-Ig mediated growth inhibition is reversed by phorbol myristate acetate but does not involve changes in cytosolic free calcium.
- MHC class II alleles associated with clinical and immunological manifestations of HIV-1 infection among children in Catalonia, Spain.
- Management of the immunocompromised patient: impact of fungal infections. Introduction.
- Mast cell interleukin-10 drives localized tolerance in chronic bladder infection.
- Maternal alloantigens promote the development of tolerogenic fetal regulatory T cells in utero.
- Mature T lymphocyte apoptosis--immune regulation in a dynamic and unpredictable antigenic environment.
- Mechanisms of liver-induced tolerance.
- Mechanisms of peripheral T cell tolerance.
- Melanoma-Derived Wnt5a Promotes Local Dendritic-Cell Expression of IDO and Immunotolerance: Opportunities for Pharmacologic Enhancement of Immunotherapy.
- Metastable tolerance in nonhuman primates and humans.
- Microparticles as autoadjuvants in the pathogenesis of SLE.
- Microparticles bearing encephalitogenic peptides induce T-cell tolerance and ameliorate experimental autoimmune encephalomyelitis.
- Minding the gap: The impact of B-cell tolerance on the microbial antibody repertoire.
- Mitigating SOX2-potentiated Immune Escape of Head and Neck Squamous Cell Carcinoma with a STING-inducing Nanosatellite Vaccine.
- Mitochondria, cell death, and B cell tolerance.
- Modified responses to recipient and donor B cells by genetically donor T cells from human haploidentical bone marrow chimeras.
- Murine cytomegalovirus dissemination but not reactivation in donor-positive/recipient-negative allogeneic kidney transplantation can be effectively prevented by transplant immune tolerance.
- Mycobacterial Evolution Intersects With Host Tolerance.
- Nanoparticle delivery of donor antigens for transplant tolerance in allogeneic islet transplantation.
- Nemo-like Kinase Drives Foxp3 Stability and Is Critical for Maintenance of Immune Tolerance by Regulatory T Cells.
- Neonatal bacterial infection alters fever to live and simulated infections in adulthood.
- Nephrotic syndrome complicating alpha-glucosidase replacement therapy for Pompe disease.
- New insights into adenosine-receptor-mediated immunosuppression and the role of adenosine in causing the immunodeficiency associated with adenosine deaminase deficiency.
- New reagents on the horizon for immune tolerance.
- Noncanonical autophagy in dermal dendritic cells mediates immunosuppressive effects of UV exposure.
- Novel antigen-presenting cell imparts Treg-dependent tolerance to gut microbiota.
- Novel immunosuppressive agents in tolerance induction.
- Novel targeted therapies for autoimmunity.
- Ocular molecules and cells that regulate immune responses in situ.
- Opportunistic infections and Kaposi's sarcoma in homosexual men.
- Oral tolerance and pyruvate dehydrogenase in patients with primary biliary cirrhosis.
- Ovarian cancer progression is controlled by phenotypic changes in dendritic cells.
- PLG scaffold delivered antigen-specific regulatory T cells induce systemic tolerance in autoimmune diabetes.
- Packed red blood cells suppress T-cell proliferation through a process involving cell-cell contact.
- Partial RAG deficiency in humans induces dysregulated peripheral lymphocyte development and humoral tolerance defect with accumulation of T-bet+ B cells.
- Passive transfer of human myasthenia gravis to rats: 1. Electrophysiology of the developing neuromuscular block.
- Pathogenesis of NOD diabetes is initiated by reactivity to the insulin B chain 9-23 epitope and involves functional epitope spreading.
- Permanent protection of PLG scaffold transplanted allogeneic islet grafts in diabetic mice treated with ECDI-fixed donor splenocyte infusions.
- Phosphonylmethoxyalkyl purine and pyrimidine derivatives for treatment of opportunistic cytomegalovirus and herpes simplex virus infections in murine AIDS.
- Physiology and therapeutics of vascular endothelial growth factor in tumor immunosuppression.
- Poly- and autoreactivity of HIV-1 bNAbs: implications for vaccine design.
- Portal venous donor-specific transfusion in conjunction with sirolimus prolongs renal allograft survival in nonhuman primates.
- Possible production of immunosuppression in the host by exposure to microorganisms: observations in germfree rats.
- Pre-transplant analysis of accommodation in donor pigs.
- Preclinical Modeling of Surgery and Steroid Therapy for Glioblastoma Reveals Changes in Immunophenotype that are Associated with Tumor Growth and Outcome.
- Preemptive Tolerogenic Delivery of Donor Antigens for Permanent Allogeneic Islet Graft Protection.
- Pregnancy and rheumatoid arthritis: insights into the immunology of fetal tolerance and control of autoimmunity.
- Primate renal transplants using immunotoxin.
- Proline isomerases in microorganisms and small eukaryotes.
- Protein kinase C signaling during T cell activation induces the endoplasmic reticulum stress response.
- Purulent pericarditis caused by Candida: report of three cases and identification of high-risk populations as an aid to early diagnosis.
- Pyoderma gangrenosum. Occurrence with altered cellular immunity and a circulating serum factor.
- Qa-1 restriction of CD8+ suppressor T cells.
- Receptor signaling in immune cell development and function.
- Recovery of B-cell homeostasis after rituximab in chronic graft-versus-host disease.
- Regulation of basement membrane-reactive B cells in BXSB, (NZBxNZW)F1, NZB, and MRL/lpr lupus mice.
- RelB controls adaptive responses of astrocytes during sterile inflammation.
- Rescue of HIV-1 broad neutralizing antibody-expressing B cells in 2F5 VH x VL knockin mice reveals multiple tolerance controls.
- Retinoic acid signaling acts as a rheostat to balance Treg function.
- Risk of multiple sclerosis exacerbation during pregnancy and breast-feeding.
- Role of interleukin 12 and costimulators in T cell anergy in vivo.
- Role of transforming growth factor beta in human disease.
- SMAD4 is required for development of maximal endotoxin tolerance.
- Satb1 Overexpression Drives Tumor-Promoting Activities in Cancer-Associated Dendritic Cells.
- Self-discrepancy and natural killer cell activity: immunological consequences of negative self-evaluation.
- Self-tolerance curtails the B cell repertoire to microbial epitopes.
- Sensitization and Desensitization in Vascularized Composite Allotransplantation.
- Serological response following re-vaccination with Salmonella typhi Vi-capsular polysaccharide vaccines in healthy adult travellers.
- Signatures associated with rejection or recurrence in HER-2/neu-positive mammary tumors.
- Significance of regional draining lymph nodes in the development of tumor immunity: implications for cancer immunotherapy.
- Silica Exposure Differentially Modulates Autoimmunity in Lupus Strains and Autoantibody Transgenic Mice.
- Similar CD19 dysregulation in two autoantibody-associated autoimmune diseases suggests a shared mechanism of B-cell tolerance loss.
- Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms in CBLB, a Regulator of T-Cell Response, Predict Radiation Pneumonitis and Outcomes After Definitive Radiotherapy for Non-Small-Cell Lung Cancer.
- Specific association of retroviral envelope protein, p15E, with human cell surfaces.
- Split tolerance induced by immunotoxin in a rhesus kidney allograft model.
- Split tolerance permits safe Ad5-GUCY2C-PADRE vaccine-induced T-cell responses in colon cancer patients.
- Stability and function of regulatory T cells expressing the transcription factor T-bet.
- State-of-the-art of regulatory dendritic cells in cancer.
- Steps toward transplantation tolerance in the clinic.
- Structured treatment interruptions with tenofovir monotherapy for simian immunodeficiency virus-infected newborn macaques.
- Studies investigating pretransplant donor-specific blood transfusion, rapamycin, and the CD154-specific antibody IDEC-131 in a nonhuman primate model of skin allotransplantation.
- Successful immune tolerance induction to enzyme replacement therapy in CRIM-negative infantile Pompe disease.
- Suppression of the respiratory burst of human monocytes by a synthetic peptide homologous to envelope proteins of human and animal retroviruses.
- Synergistic Efficacy from Gene Therapy with Coreceptor Blockade and a β2-Agonist in Murine Pompe Disease.
- T cell stemness and dysfunction in tumors are triggered by a common mechanism.
- T cell subsets and disease progression after total lymphoid irradiation in chronic progressive multiple sclerosis.
- T cells and B cells in lupus nephritis.
- T-cell Dysfunction in Glioblastoma: Applying a New Framework.
- T-cell-directed cancer vaccines: mechanisms of immune escape and immune tolerance.
- Targeting miR-23a in CD8+ cytotoxic T lymphocytes prevents tumor-dependent immunosuppression.
- Tempering allorecognition to induce transplant tolerance with chemically modified apoptotic donor cells.
- The First B-Cell Tolerance Checkpoint in Mice and Humans: Control by AID.
- The Immune Tolerance Network at 10 years: tolerance research at the bedside.
- The allo- and viral-specific immunosuppressive effect of belatacept, but not tacrolimus, attenuates with progressive T cell maturation.
- The contribution of macrophages to normal and pathological pregnancies.
- The cornea has "the nerve" to encourage immune rejection.
- The effector component of the cytotoxic T-lymphocyte response has a biphasic pattern after burn injury.
- The fetal allograft revisited: does the study of an ancient invertebrate species shed light on the role of natural killer cells at the maternal-fetal interface?
- The induction of tolerance and suppression in autoimmune MRL mice using hapten-modified self.
- The need for inducing tolerance in vascularized composite allotransplantation.
- The pathologic and clinical intersection of atopic and autoimmune disease.
- The pathophysiology and treatment of graft-versus-host disease.
- The potential impact of timing of IVIG administration on the efficacy of rituximab for immune tolerance induction for patients with Pompe disease.
- The road to tolerance: renal transplant tolerance induction in nonhuman primate studies and clinical trials.
- The role of ACAID and CD4+CD25+FOXP3+ regulatory T cells on CTL function against MHC alloantigens.
- The role of tregs in glioma-mediated immunosuppression: potential target for intervention.
- Thoracic cryptococcosis: immunologic competence and radiologic appearance.
- Tolerance and immunity after sequential lung and bone marrow transplantation from an unrelated cadaveric donor.
- Tolerance and the "Holy Grail" of transplantation.
- Tolerance induced by apoptotic antigen-coupled leukocytes is induced by PD-L1+ and IL-10-producing splenic macrophages and maintained by T regulatory cells.
- Tolerance mechanisms and recent progress.
- Tolerance: is it achievable in pediatric solid organ transplantation?
- Toll-like receptors in the pathogenesis of human disease.
- Total lymphocyte count and World Health Organization pediatric clinical stage as markers to assess need to initiate antiretroviral therapy among human immunodeficiency virus-infected children in Moshi, Northern Tanzania.
- Transforming the clinical outcome in CRIM-negative infantile Pompe disease identified via newborn screening: the benefits of early treatment with enzyme replacement therapy and immune tolerance induction.
- Transient B-cell depletion combined with apoptotic donor splenocytes induces xeno-specific T- and B-cell tolerance to islet xenografts.
- Transplant tolerance: converging on a moving target.
- Transplantation tolerance: a look at the nonhuman primate literature in the light of modern tolerance theories.
- Tumor necrosis factor-alpha and tumor growth factor-beta1 genotype: partial association with intragraft gene expression in two cases of long-term peripheral tolerance to a kidney transplant.
- Tumor suppressor TSC1 is critical for T-cell anergy.
- Universal antibiotic tolerance arising from antibiotic-triggered accumulation of pyocyanin in Pseudomonas aeruginosa.
- Uveitis and arthritis: experimental models and clinical correlates.
- Vaccination with mRNAs encoding tumor-associated antigens and granulocyte-macrophage colony-stimulating factor efficiently primes CTL responses, but is insufficient to overcome tolerance to a model tumor/self antigen.
- Vaccine Therapy, Oncolytic Viruses, and Gliomas.
- Vascular leukocytes: a population with angiogenic and immunossuppressive properties highly represented in ovarian cancer.
- Viral infection abrogates CD8(+) T-cell deletion induced by costimulation blockade.
- [Antitumoral action of interferons and interleukins in combination with radiotherapy. Part I: immunologic basis].
- [IL-21 induces regulatory B cell differentiation and immunosuppressive effect through cognate interaction with T cells].
- [Lymphocyte subpopulations in spleen and blood after early wound debridement and acute/chronic treatment with hyperbaric oxygen].
- cDNA arrays and the enigma of melanoma immune responsiveness.
- mTOR coordinates transcriptional programs and mitochondrial metabolism of activated Treg subsets to protect tissue homeostasis.
Keywords of People
- Bilbo, Staci D., Haley Family Professor of Psycology and Neuroscience, Psychology & Neuroscience
- Burt, Trevor Deon, Associate Professor of Pediatrics, Pediatrics, Neonatology
- Case, Laura Elizabeth, Associate Professor in Orthopaedic Surgery, Pediatrics, Medical Genetics
- Ferrari, Guido, Professor in Surgery, Molecular Genetics and Microbiology
- Gilner, Jennifer B, Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Maternal Fetal Medicine
- Kelsoe, Garnett H., James B. Duke Distinguished Professor of Immunology, Integrative Immunobiology
- Weinhold, Kent James, Joseph W. and Dorothy W. Beard Distinguished Professor of Experimental Surgery, Integrative Immunobiology
- Zhong, Xiaoping, Professor of Pediatrics, Integrative Immunobiology