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Treatment of autoimmune disorders

Author: Michael Sticherling; Enno Christophers
Publisher: Wien ; New York : Springer, ©2003.
Series: Springer medicine.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Conference publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Progress in basic and clinical immunology within the last two decades has provided profound insight into the immune system and its role in preventing endogenous and exogenous damage. In contrast, disbalances within this system can result in autoimmune disorders which may affect diverse organs and result in distinct clinical pictures. In many of these, however, the individual etiopathogenetic mechanisms are poorly  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Congresses
Material Type: Conference publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Michael Sticherling; Enno Christophers
ISBN: 9783211837726 3211837728
OCLC Number: 51519378
Notes: Papers from an annual scientific symposium.
Description: viii, 176 pages : illustrations.
Contents: Foreword (K. M. Richter) Preface (M. Sticherling, E. Christophers) Definitive T cell epitope mapping for a human disease: gluten challenge in coeliac disease identifies a dominant transglutaminase-deamidated T cell epitope (Robert P. Anderson) On the extrapolation from animal models to human disease for the design of immunotherapy in autoimmune diabetes (Jean-F. Bach) Use of olfactory ensheathing cells as candidates for transplant-mediated repair of central nervous system lesions (Susan C. Barnett) Advances in understanding and use of autoantibodies as markers of diseases (Marvin J. Fritzler, Leeanne J. Schoenroth) Leflunomide therapy for autoimmune diseases (Angela Gause, Claudia Metzler, Eva Reinhold-Keller, Wolfgang L. Gross) Immunotherapy for ocular inflammatory disease (Kathrin H. Greiner, John V. Forrester) Advances in immunosuppressive treatment of juvenile idiopathic arthritis (Gerd Horneff) Significance of gamma-delta T lymphocytes in autoimmune diseases (Dieter Kabelitz) Treatment of autoimmune diseases by targeted DNA vaccines encoding proinflammatory mediators (Nathan Karin) Immunosuppressive treatment of rheumatic diseases during pregnancy (Monika Ostensen) Persistence of maternal and fetal cells in autoimmune diseases (Anne M. Stevens, J. Lee Nelson, Nathalie Lambert) Therapeutic aspects of autoimmune diseases of the skin (Michael Sticherling) Long-term effects of T cell vaccination in multiple sclerosis (Piet Stinissen, Guy Hermans, Niels Hellings, Robert Medaer, Jef Raus) Plasmid-mediated delivery of antigens or biological response modifiers as means to suppress autoimmunity (Matthias von Herrath, Adrian Bot) Intravenous immunoglobulins for the treatment of childhood autoimmune diseases (Volker Wahn)
Series Title: Springer medicine.
Responsibility: Michael Sticherling, Enno Christophers (eds.) ; with a foreword by Karl M. Richter.

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Progress in basic and clinical immunology within the last two decades has provided profound insight into the immune system and its role in preventing endogenous and exogenous damage. In contrast,  Read more...

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