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To investigate whether phospholipase D1 (PLD1) is involved in autoimmune damage to the eyes, we used Western blotting and immunohistochemistry to examine the expression and distribution of PLD1 in the retinas of Lewis rats with experimental autoimmune uveoretinitis (EAU). Western blot analysis...
In addition to the stimulatory, antigen-specific B cell receptor (BCR), B lymphocytes also express multiple inhibitory receptors, including Fc gamma receptor type IIB (FcγRIIB). Moreover, many laboratories have demonstrated that co-ligation of BCR molecules to inhibitory FcγRIIB molecules with...
Control of zoonosis implies reduction of infected animal hosts, and the first measure consists of a suitable and accurate detection test. An experimental study for determining the most appropriate antigen (metabolic or somatic) to be used in the detection of the oestrosis ( Oestrus ovis )...
The magnitude of an immune response to many foreign and/or self-antigens is known to be gender-dependent and influenced by sex hormones. While the immune consequences of long-term exposure (3 to 5 months) to natural 17-β estradiol in an inbred mouse model (e.g., C57BL/6, Balb/c) are relatively...
Antibodies against primaquine, pyrimethamine, dapsone, tetracycline, and doxycycline were raised in chickens inoculated with each drug conjugated to a rabbit albumin carrier. Antibody titres against drug and carrier were highest during week 6 postinoculation. Affinity purified anti-primaquine...
Clinical observations suggest the presence of cross-reactive allergens. There is a need to identify these cross-reactive allergens to improve the treatment used for allergic disorders. The present study was aimed to identify and characterize a cross-reactive allergenic protein from fungi....
Diabetes mellitus alters placental structure and function, events that may be related to embryopathy. Three different methods of maternal immune stimulation that modulate placental function and that result in approximately equal reduction of diabetic embryopathy were studied: footpad injection...
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