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Mononuclear phagocytes : functional aspects

Author: Ralph van Furth
Publisher: The Hague ; Boston : M. Nijhoff ; Hingham, MA : Distributors for the U.S. and Canada, Kluwer Boston, 1980.
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Mononuclear phagocytes.
The Hague ; Boston : M. Nijhoff ; Hingham, MA : distributors for the U.S. and Canada, Kluwer Boston, 1980
Online version:
Mononuclear phagocytes.
The Hague ; Boston : M. Nijhoff ; Hingham, MA : distributors for the U.S. and Canada, Kluwer Boston, 1980
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ralph van Furth
ISBN: 902472211X 9789024722112 9024722942 9789024722945
OCLC Number: 5239455
Description: 2 volumes : illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents: 1 Cells of the mononuclear phagocyte system Nomenclature in terms of sites and conditions.- 2 Peroxidase and catalase in monocytes, macrophages, epithelioid cells and giant cells of the rat.- 3 Changes in peroxidase distribution within organelles of blood monocytes and peritoneal macrophages after surface adherence in vitro and in vivo.- 4 Development of exudate-resident macrophages, on the basis of the pattern of peroxidatic activity in vivo and in vitro.- 5 The vacuolar apparatus of alveolar macrophages and the turnover of surfactant.- 6 Properties of Kupffer cells.- 7 Origin and structure of the osteoclast.- 8 Veiled cells resembling Langerhans cells.- 9 Characteristics, origin and kinetics of human and murine mononuclear phagocytes.- 10 The origin and properties of peripheral lymph mononuclear phagocytes.- 11 Humoral control of monocyte production during inflammation.- 12 Long-term cultures of murine bone marrow mononuclear phagocytes.- 13 Effector cell functions in long-term culture of murine, prosimian, and human bone marrow.- 14 Formation of colonies by mononuclear phagocytes outside the bone marrow.- 15 Regulation of macrophage production by a colony-stimulating factor.- 16 Functions of macrophage cell lines.- 17 Gradients of chemotactic factors in various assay systems.- 18 The locomotor behaviour of human blood monocytes in chemotactic and chemokinetic environments and the role of substratum in monocyte locomotion.- 19 Alteration of macrophage and monocyte membrane potential by chemotactic factors.- 20 MIF/MAF-macrophage interactions: biochemical characterization of a putative glycolipid receptor for MIF and the existence and properties of two distinct MIFs.- 21 Lymphokine-induced modulation of macrophage functions.- 22 An inhibitor of macrophage accumulation produced by neoplasms: its role in abrogating host resistance to cancer.- 23 Membrane flow during endocytosis.- 24 Membrane recycling (shuttle?) in endocytosis.- 25 The iodination and turnover of macrophage plasma membrane polypeptides.- 26 Macrophage ecto-enzymes: their identification, metabolism, and control.- 27 Membrane lipids and the control of endocytosis.- 28 Surface functions in dividing macrophages.- 29 Fc receptors on mouse macrophages.- 30 Structural characteristics of Fc receptors on macrophages.- 31 Quantitative studies on the interaction of macrophages with antibody and immune complexes.- 32 Hormone receptors and hormonal regulation of macrophage physiological functions.- 33 In vivo and in vitro evidence for a lysosomal enzyme uptake system in macrophages.- 34 Cellular recognition by phagocytes: role of lectin-like receptor(s).- 35 Phagocytosis.- 36 Modulation of macrophage plasma membrane receptors for IgG and complement.- 37 Genetic and functional studies of continuous macrophage-like cell lines.- 38 Contractile proteins and the mechanism of phagocytosis in macrophages.- 39 Factors modifying the fusion of phagosomes and lysosomes: art, fact, and artefact.- 40 Manipulations of phagosome-lysosome fusion in cultured macrophages: potentialities and limitations.- 41 Cyclic nucleotides and phagosome-lysosome fusion in mouse peritoneal macrophages.- 42 Determinants of phagosome-lysosome fusion in mouse macrophages.- 43 Oxygen intermediates and the microbicidal event.- 44 Release of superoxide anion by macrophages: effect of in vivo or in vitro priming.- 45 The release of hydrogen peroxide from mononuclear phagocytes and its role in extracellular cytolysis.- 46 Oxidative metabolism of mononuclear phagocytes.- 47 The oxygen metabolism of human blood monocytes and neutrophils.- 48 Effects of oxygen on metabolic patterns and endocytosis of macrophages.- 49 Lysozyme and plasminogen activator: constitutive and induced secretory products of mononuclear phagocytes.- 50 Modulation of macrophage plasminogen activator secretion.- 51 The synthesis of arachidonic acid oxygenation products by various mononuclear phagocyte populations.- 52 Generation of tissue thromboplastin by human monocytes.- 53 Secretion of lysosomal enzymes by macrophages.- 54 Synthesis and release of complement components by macrophages.- 55 The stimulation of mononuclear phagocytes by components of the classical and the alternative pathways of complement activation.- 56 Complement, coagulation and mononuclear phagocytes.- 57 Extracellular stimulation of intracellular killing.- 58 Respiratory pathways of macrophages - cellular localization and relation to cidal activity.- 59 Macrophage activation by interferon or interferon inducers.- 60 Macrophage activation by IgE.- 61 The effect of complement on the degradation of soluble immune aggregates by Kupffer cells and peritoneal macrophages in vitro.- 62 Macrophage activation in vitro by phagocytosis.- 63 Induction of macrophage microbicidal activity.- 64 Interactions of macrophages with intravacuolar bacteria and protozoa.- 65 Cytotoxic and microbicidal properties of macrophages.- 66 Significance of systemic macrophage activation in response to tumor growth.- 67 Regulation of macrophage non-specific tumoricidal capability.- 68 Distinctive characteristics of host tumor resistance in a rat fibrosarcoma model system.- 69 Intracellular killing, degradation, metabolic activity, and increase in ?-galactosidase activity as markers for activated macrophages.- 70 Cytotoxicity of human monocytes against sensitized erythrocytes.- 71 Dendritic cells and macrophages - current knowledge of their distinctive properties and functions.- 72 Reticulum cells and macrophages in the immune response.- 73 Multiple interactions between listeria-immune T lymphocytes and macrophages: regulation by the major histocompatibility gene complex.- 74 Role of macrophages in the in vitro induction and regulation of antibody responses.- 75 Physical and functional macrophage-lymphocyte interactions in antigen recognition by T lymphocytes.- 76 Expression of Ir genes and Ia antigens by adherent accessory cells required for antigen- specific antibody-forming cell responses.- 77 Summation.
Responsibility: edited by Ralph van Furth.


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