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We have produced and characterised reporter knock-in CD45–YFP and CD45–Cre mice that drive expression of yellow fluorescent protein (YFP) and Cre-recombinase, respectively under control of the haematopoietic CD45 locus. CD45–YFP expression was characterised in various haematopoietic cells...
Post-mortem diagnosis of transmissible spongiform encephalopathies (prion diseases) is primarily based on the detection of a protease resistant, misfolded disease associated isoform (PrP Sc ) of the prion protein (PrP C ) on neuronal cells. These methods depend on antibodies directed against PrP...
Circulating endothelial cells (CEC) are currently proposed as a potential biomarker for measuring the impact of anti-angiogenic treatments in cancer. However, the lack of consensus on the appropriate method of CEC measurement has led to conflicting data in cancer patients. A validated assay...
Dendritic cell migration from the airway to lymph nodes is a key event in the development of airway immunity during infection, allergy, and vaccination. To identify the best approaches to investigate DC migration to lung-draining lymph nodes, we directly compared three methods previously used to...
Phenotypical maturation, IL-12p70 production and migration upon chemokine receptor CCR7 ligation are currently proposed as requirements for the use of human monocyte-derived dendritic cells (DC) in antitumoral vaccination. We have previously described a short-term protocol for DC generation from...
The paper describes a method to use filamentous phage to display specific regions of proteins for immunization in order to direct the immune response towards a pre-defined region of the protein. The method called site-specific immunization (SSI) was evaluated using the E7 protein of oncogenic...
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