Fb2 Cytokines in Reproduction: Molecular Mechanisms of Fetal Allograft Survival (Medical Intelligence Unit Series) ePub
by Gary W. Ph.D. Wood
|Category:||Medicine and Health Sciences|
|Author:||Gary W. Ph.D. Wood|
|Publisher:||Chapman & Hall; 1 edition (January 1, 1997)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1468 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1554 kb|
|Digital formats:||lrf azw lit txt|
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Investigates the relationship between the immune system and the developing fetus, and between reproductive processes and pro-inflammatory mediators, encompassing the basic mechanisms by which estrogen and progesterone. Distributed in the US by Chapman and Hall. Annotation c. by Book News, In. Portland, Or. Download Cytokines in Reproduction: Molecular Mechanisms of Fetal Allofraft Survival (Medical Intelligence Unit) by Gary . P. Cytokines in Reproduction: Molecular Mechanisms of Fetal Allofraft Survival (Medical Intelligence Unit) by Gary . Wood fb2 DOWNLOAD FREE.
Mechanisms of Fetal Allograft Survival.
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Microorganisms growing in a biofilm are highly resistant to antimicrobial agents by one or more mechanisms. Effective strategies to prevent or control biofilms on medical devices must take into consideration the unique and tenacious nature of biofilms. Biofilm-associated microorganisms have been shown to be associated with several human diseases, such as native valve endocarditis and cystic fibrosis, and to colonize a wide variety of medical devices. Though epidemiologic evidence points to biofilms as a source of several infectious diseases, the exact mechanisms by which biofilm-associated microorganisms elicit disease are poorly understood.
These fibroblast-like cells were subsequently identified to be of macrophage lineage by a series of functional tests.
The mechanisms by which the fetal allograft is protected from a maternal anti-fetal immune response are not understood. This study was designed to examine the possibility that tissues near the developing fetus contain immunoregulatory cells and to begin the process of identification of those cells. These fibroblast-like cells were subsequently identified to be of macrophage lineage by a series of functional tests. It has been reported that macrophages are exceptionally heterogeneous morphologically and can look like lymphocytes, fibroblasts, dendritic cells, primitive mesenchymal cells or any number of more esoteric cell types (Wood 1985).
Part of the Medical Intelligence Unit book series (MIUN) Programmed death-1 targeting can promote allograft survival.
Part of the Medical Intelligence Unit book series (MIUN). The mechanisms of acceptance of the fetus by the maternal immune system are mediated in part by immunomodulatory proteins expressed by placental cells. The recent discovery of novel members of the B7 family of immunomodulators has prompted much excitement among the scientific community because of their role in immunological tolerance. Programmed death-1 targeting can promote allograft survival. J Immunol 2002;169:6546–6553. PubMedGoogle Scholar. 40. Kauma SW, Huff TF, Hayes N et al. Placental Fas ligand expression is a mechanism for maternal immune tolerance to the fetus.
Medical intelugence unit. Molecular Mechanisms of Phagocytosis Carlos Rosales, P. Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico Mexico City, Mexico. L A n D e s b I o s C I e n C e, eurekah. springer science+business media new york, new york. ; cm. ~ (Medical intelligence unit) Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN 0-387-25419-6 1. Phagocytosis.