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Mononuclear phagocytes : characteristics, physiology, and function

Author: Ralph van Furth
Publisher: Dordrecht [Netherlands] ; Boston : M. Nijhoff ; Hingham, MA, USA : Distributors for the U.S. and Canada, Kluwer Academic, 1985.
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Proceedings of the Fourth Conference on Mononuclear Phagocytes, Held in Leiden, The Netherlands, May 9-16, 1984


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Mononuclear phagocytes.
Dordrecht [Netherlands] ; Boston : M. Nijhoff ; Hingham, MA, USA : Distributors for the U.S. and Canada, Kluwer Academic, 1985
Online version:
Mononuclear phagocytes.
Dordrecht [Netherlands] ; Boston : M. Nijhoff ; Hingham, MA, USA : Distributors for the U.S. and Canada, Kluwer Academic, 1985
Material Type: Conference publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ralph van Furth
ISBN: 0898387329 9780898387322
OCLC Number: 11971049
Notes: Proceedings of the fourth Conference on Mononuclear Phagocytes, held in Leiden, May 9-16, 1984.
Description: xxii, 829 pages : illustrations ; 27 cm
Contents: Surface properties of mononuclear phagocytes.- 1. Differentiation antigens of mouse macrophages and polymorphonuclear leukocytes.- 2. The mononuclear phagocyte system of the mouse defined by immunohistochemical localization of antigen F4/80.- Discussion.- 3. The expression of antigen F4/80 and la on peritoneal macrophages in normal and BCG immunized mice.- Discussion.- 4. Human macrophage antigens.- Discussion.- 5. Immunocytochemical studies of human mononuclear phagocytes and dendritic cells.- Discussion.- 6. Quantitative analysis of monoclonal antibody binding to individual mononuclear phagocytes.- Discussion.- 7. The mannose receptor of macrophages: a current perspective.- Discussion.- 8. Soluble and membrane bound murine immunoglobulin Fc receptor.- Discussion.- 9. Internalization and fate of macrophage Fc receptors during receptor-mediated endocytosis.- Discussion.- 10. Macrophage membranes and clathrin.- Discussion.- 11. Heterogeneity of 5'-nucleotidase activity of wheat-germ agglutinin binding in mononuclear phagocytes.- Discussion.- 12. Inherited LFA-1, Mac-1 deficiency and its molecular biology.- Discussion.- 13. Bone marrow stromal cells - fibroblasts and macrophages.- Discussion.- Interactions of complement with membranes of mononuclear phagocytes.- 14. The role of complement in macrophage functions.- 15. Tissue and species specific regulation of complement biosynthesis in mononuclear phagocytes.- Discussion.- 16. Regulation of expression and cell surface motility of the C3b receptor on neutrophils and monocytes.- Discussion.- 17. Parameters of the stimulation of human monocytes by factor B of the complement system.- Discussion.- 18. Uptake and degradation of the Clq subcomponent of complement by adherent guinea pig peritoneal macrophages.- Discussion.- 19. Regulation of the function of receptors for C3b and C3bi on human mononuclear phagocytes by receptors for other ligands.- Discussion.- 20. Role of macrophage-complement receptors and macrophage complement uptake of zymosan.- Discussion.- In vivo kinetics and in vitro growth of mononuclear phagocytes.- 21. New perspectives on the kinetics of mononuclear phagocytes.- Discussion.- 22. The origins and turnover kinetics of limbocytes.- Discussion.- 23. Origin of osteoclasts from bone marrow mononuclear phagocytes.- Discussion.- 24. Mononuclear phagocyte progenitors and growth factors.- Discussion.- 25. Proliferation and differentiation of mononuclear phagocytes in vitro.- Discussion.- 26. Clonal analysis of bone marrow and macrophage cultures.- Discussion.- Secretion of products by mononuclear phagocytes.- 27. Control of apolipoprotein E secretion by macrophages.- Discussion.- 28. The secretion of lipoprotein lipase by mononuclear phagocytes.- Discussion.- 29. Autoregulatory effects of interleukin 1 on human monocytes.- Discussion.- 30. Macrophage elastase: regulatory concequences of the proteolysis of non-elastin tissue substrates.- Discussion.- 31. Determinants of generation and structural heterogeneity of fibroblast-activating principles of human mononuclear phagocytes.- Discussion.- 32. Signal-response coupling in the arachidonic acid cascade of macrophages.- Discussion.- 33. Influence of macrophage products on enzyme and prostglandin E2 release by chondrocytes.- Discussion.- Mobilization and chemotaxis of mononuclear phagocytes.- 34. Macrophage movements.- Discussion.- 35. Gelsolin: a calcium-modulated actin fragmenting protein in cytoplasm and plasma.- Discussion.- 36. Stimulus-response coupling of a chemoattractant receptor on mononuclear phagocytes.- 37. Mathematical analysis of the macrophage response to bacterial challenge in the lung.- Discussion.- Membrane electrophysiology of mononuclear phagocytes.- 38. Introduction to the membrane electrophysiology of mononuclear phagocytes.- 39. Membrane hyperpolarization and ionic channels in cultured human monocytes.- Discussion.- 40. Evidence for both a calcium-activated potassium conductance and an inward rectifying potassium conductance in macrophages.- Discussion.- 41. Potassium channels and conductance in cultured mouse peritoneal macrophages.- Discussion.- 42. Nature of transmembrane signal associated with binding to the macrophage IgG Fc receptor.- Discussion.- Intra- and extracellular cytotoxicity of mononuclear phagocytes.- 43. Regulation of macrophage oxidative metabolism and antiparasitic activity.- Discussion.- 44. Characterization of phagocyte NADPH oxidase.- Discussion.- 45. Role of the plasma membrane in the regulation of superoxide anion release by macrophages.- Discussion.- 46. Enhancement of the oxidative metabolic response of macrophages by proteolytic enzymes.- Discussion.- 47. Somatic hybridization of monocytes: a method to study the genetic heterogeneity of chronic gralunomatous disease and the molecular composition of the phagocyte oxidase system.- Discussion.- 48. Membrane stimulation and intracellular killing of micro-organisms by human monocytes.- Discussion.- 49. Influence of monocytes on the antibacterial activity of penicillin G on Staphylococcus aureus.- Discussion.- 50. Effects of nitrogenous bases on macrophage lysosomal movements and phagosome-lysosome fusion.- Discussion.- 51. Properties of resident and inflammatory macrophages in mouse liver.- Discussion.- 52. Tumor cell recognition and destruction by activated macrophages: effector and regulatory mechanisms.- Discussion.- Lymphokines and T-lymphocyte activation of mononuclear phagocytes.- 53. Dendritic cell-initiated T lymphocyte activation.- Discussion.- 54. Modulation of macrophage plasma membrane antigens and receptors by activation.- Discussion.- 55. Molecular characterization of macrophage activating factor for tumor cytotoxicity.- Discussion.- 56. The role of T cell clone- and hybridoma-derived lymphokines in macrophage activation.- Discussion.- 57. Role of T lymphocyte clones in cell-mediated immunity.- Discussion.- 58. Role of T lymphocytes during murine BCG infections.- Discussion.- 59. Role of T lymphocytes in granuloma formation.- Discussion.- 60. Refractory response of mouse lung macrophages to lipopolysaccharide.- Discussion.- 61. Induction of phenotypic alterations in macrophages by migration inhibitory factors.- Discussion.- Macrophages and intracellular pathogens.- 62. Interaction of schistosomes and macrophages.- Discussion.- 63. Interaction of macrophages and intra-erythrocytic malaria parasites.- Discussion.- 64. The endocytic system of Leishmania-infected macrophages.- Discussion.- 65. Interactions between human mononuclear phagocytes and Legionella pneumophila.- Discussion.- 66. Cell mediated immunity in lepromatous and tuberculoid leprosy.- Discussion.- Genetic control of the kinetics and functions of mononuclear phagocytes.- 67. Genetic control of macrophage response to infection.- Discussion.- 68. Genetic control of the humoral regulation of monocytopoiesis.- Discussion.- 69. Differences in intracellular killing of Salmonella typhimurium by macrophages of inbred mouse strains.- Discussion.- 70. The role of the macrophage in genetically controlled resistance and susceptibility to leishmaniasis.- Discussion.- Coagulation, vasculature, and mononuclear phagocytes.- 71. Cellular pathways and signals for the induction of biosynthesis of initiators of the coagulation protease cascade by cells of the monocyte lineage.- Discussion.- 72. Formation of blood coagulation factors by mononuclear phagocytes.- 73. The generalized Shwartzman reaction: effects of a glucocorticosteroid and endotoxin on thromboplastin synthesis by monocytes.- Discussion.- 74. Macrophage procoagulants and microvascular permeability: roles in the extravascular coagulation of cellular immunity.- Discussion.- 75. Monocyte receptors for fibronectin.- Discussion.- 76. Human monocyte interaction with platelets and endothelial cells: synthesis of arachidonic acid metabolites.- Discussion.- 77. Effects of mononuclear phagocytes and their secretory products on vascular endothelium.- Discussion.- 78. Interactions between leukocytes and endothelial cells in vitro.- Discussion.- 79. Regulation of angiogenesis by macrophages.- Discussion.- Macrophages in experimental pathology.- 80. Oxidant and protease effectors in acute inflammation.- Discussion.- 81. Glomerular injury: functional and phenotypic characteristics of resident and infiltrating macrophages.- Discussion.- 82. The role of the mononuclear phagocytes in primate and rabbit models of atherosclerosis.- Discussion.- 83. Macrophage lipoprotein metabolism in atherosclerosis.- Discussion.- 84. Role of monocytes in infective endocarditis.- Discussion.- Summation.- 85. Visions of the future?.
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