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The detection of antibodies directed against tissue transglutaminase (tTG) in serum is a sensitive and specific test for suspected coeliac disease. tTG is a ubiquitous, multifunctional enzyme that has been implicated in many important physiological processes as well as the site-specific...
We have previously shown a decreased frequency and function of Tregs in women suffering from recurrent spontaneous abortions (RSA). In the current study, we first investigated the expression of FOXP3 after T-cell activation. We observed that expression of FOXP3 in activated PBMCs was already...
JAK2 and STAT3 polymorphisms have been implicated to be associated with inflammatory bowel disease, which might share common immunogenesis and genetic factors with AS. Here, we have investigated the possible relationship of JAK2 and STAT3 polymorphisms with AS in a Chinese Han population. We...
Alemtuzumab has been recently introduced for induction therapy in organ transplantation. However, the pathogenesis and molecular mechanism of the impact of such induction therapy on bacterial infections remain to be clarified. We found the alterations of Paneth cells including abnormal Paneth...
Immune reconstitution after HAART is incomplete, but no widely accepted method to quantify subclinical immune deficiency is available. We immunized 9 HIV-negative subjects and 29 HIV-infected patients with CD4 ≥ 450 cells/µL and undetectable HIV RNA levels with 2 doses of diphtheria/tetanus...
Aberrant O -glycosylation of serum and tonsillar IgA1 is one of the main pathogeneses of IgA nephropathy (IgAN). However, the synthesis of underglycosylated IgA1 in tonsils has not yet been characterized. This study examined tonsillar B lymphocytes of IgAN ( n = 34) using tonsils derived from...
Recent studies and our current data demonstrated the deficits in the numbers and/or functions of the CD4 + CD25 + Foxp3 + Treg cells in the patients with autoimmune diseases, indicating that restoration of Treg cells in these patients could be a potential therapeutic approach. Here, we...
Hereditary angioedema afflicts patients with unpredictable episodes of swelling that can be life threatening. Treatments approved by the Food and Drug Administration for routine prophylaxis include danazol given orally and the nanofiltered human C1 esterase inhibitor, CINRYZE™, which is...
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