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Clinical & Experimental Immunology

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September 1995

Volume 101, Issue 3

Pages 387–526

  1. EDITORIAL REVIEW

    1. Top of page
    2. EDITORIAL REVIEW
    3. Rheumatotogy
    4. Gut disease
    5. Lung disease
    6. Renat disease
    7. Neuroimmunotogy
    8. Infection and immunity
    9. Atiergy
    10. Environment and immunity
    11. Stress and immunity
    12. Experimentat immunotherapy
    13. Neutrophit function
    14. Neutrophil function
    15. Cytokines I interleukins
    16. Prostatic disease
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      The role of cAMP regulation in controlling inflammation (pages 387–389)

      A. R. MOORE and D. A. WILLOUGHBY

      Version of Record online: 28 JUN 2008 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2249.1995.tb03123.x

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      Genetic control of autoimmunity, lessons from twin studies (pages 390–392)

      J. WORTHINGTON and A. J. SILMAN

      Version of Record online: 28 JUN 2008 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2249.1995.tb03124.x

  2. Rheumatotogy

    1. Top of page
    2. EDITORIAL REVIEW
    3. Rheumatotogy
    4. Gut disease
    5. Lung disease
    6. Renat disease
    7. Neuroimmunotogy
    8. Infection and immunity
    9. Atiergy
    10. Environment and immunity
    11. Stress and immunity
    12. Experimentat immunotherapy
    13. Neutrophit function
    14. Neutrophil function
    15. Cytokines I interleukins
    16. Prostatic disease
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      Antimycobacterial hsp65 and rheumatoid factor titres in a population of normal twins: evidence of genetic control of rheumatoid factor (pages 393–397)

      D. BIRNIE, I. C. MCKAY, J. VEITCH, K. WHALEY, S. HOOD, W. S. HILLIS and E. R. HOLME

      Version of Record online: 28 JUN 2008 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2249.1995.tb03125.x

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      T cell lines recognizing the 70-kD protein of U1 small nuclear ribonucleoprotein (U1snRNP) (pages 408–413)

      S. FENNING, G. WOLFF-VORBECK, W. HACKL, U. KRAWINKEL, R. LÜHRMANN, W. NORTHEMANN, H. H. PETER and M. SCHLESIER

      Version of Record online: 28 JUN 2008 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2249.1995.tb03127.x

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      Antigen-specific B cells present cartilage proteoglycan (aggrecan) to an autoreactive T cell hybridoma derived from a mouse with proteoglycan-induced arthritis (pages 414–421)

      F. R. BRENNAN, K. MIKECZ, E. I. BUZÁS, D. RAGASA, G. CS-SZABÓ, G. NEGROIU and T. T. GLANT

      Version of Record online: 28 JUN 2008 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2249.1995.tb03128.x

  3. Gut disease

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    2. EDITORIAL REVIEW
    3. Rheumatotogy
    4. Gut disease
    5. Lung disease
    6. Renat disease
    7. Neuroimmunotogy
    8. Infection and immunity
    9. Atiergy
    10. Environment and immunity
    11. Stress and immunity
    12. Experimentat immunotherapy
    13. Neutrophit function
    14. Neutrophil function
    15. Cytokines I interleukins
    16. Prostatic disease
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      T cell receptor repertoire in the peripheral blood and intestinal mucosa of coeliac patients (pages 422–427)

      N. LAHAT, A. BEN-NUN, L. COHEN, A. KINARTY and A. LERNER

      Version of Record online: 28 JUN 2008 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2249.1995.tb03129.x

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  4. Lung disease

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    2. EDITORIAL REVIEW
    3. Rheumatotogy
    4. Gut disease
    5. Lung disease
    6. Renat disease
    7. Neuroimmunotogy
    8. Infection and immunity
    9. Atiergy
    10. Environment and immunity
    11. Stress and immunity
    12. Experimentat immunotherapy
    13. Neutrophit function
    14. Neutrophil function
    15. Cytokines I interleukins
    16. Prostatic disease
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  5. Renat disease

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    2. EDITORIAL REVIEW
    3. Rheumatotogy
    4. Gut disease
    5. Lung disease
    6. Renat disease
    7. Neuroimmunotogy
    8. Infection and immunity
    9. Atiergy
    10. Environment and immunity
    11. Stress and immunity
    12. Experimentat immunotherapy
    13. Neutrophit function
    14. Neutrophil function
    15. Cytokines I interleukins
    16. Prostatic disease
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      Increased dimeric IgA-producing B cells in tonsils in IgA nephropathy determined by in situ hybridization for J chain mRNA (pages 442–448)

      S. J. HARPER, A. C. ALLEN, M.-C. BÉNÉ, J. H. PRINGLE, G. FAURE, I. LAUDER and J. FEEHALLY

      Version of Record online: 28 JUN 2008 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2249.1995.tb03132.x

  6. Neuroimmunotogy

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    2. EDITORIAL REVIEW
    3. Rheumatotogy
    4. Gut disease
    5. Lung disease
    6. Renat disease
    7. Neuroimmunotogy
    8. Infection and immunity
    9. Atiergy
    10. Environment and immunity
    11. Stress and immunity
    12. Experimentat immunotherapy
    13. Neutrophit function
    14. Neutrophil function
    15. Cytokines I interleukins
    16. Prostatic disease
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      B cells capable of spontaneous IgG secretion in cerebrospinal fluid from patients with multiple sclerosis: dependency on local IL-6 production (pages 449–452)

      L. PEREZ, J. C. ALVAREZ-CERMEÑO, C. RODRIGUEZ, E. ROLDÁN and J. A. BRIEVA

      Version of Record online: 28 JUN 2008 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2249.1995.tb03133.x

  7. Infection and immunity

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    2. EDITORIAL REVIEW
    3. Rheumatotogy
    4. Gut disease
    5. Lung disease
    6. Renat disease
    7. Neuroimmunotogy
    8. Infection and immunity
    9. Atiergy
    10. Environment and immunity
    11. Stress and immunity
    12. Experimentat immunotherapy
    13. Neutrophit function
    14. Neutrophil function
    15. Cytokines I interleukins
    16. Prostatic disease
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  8. Atiergy

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    2. EDITORIAL REVIEW
    3. Rheumatotogy
    4. Gut disease
    5. Lung disease
    6. Renat disease
    7. Neuroimmunotogy
    8. Infection and immunity
    9. Atiergy
    10. Environment and immunity
    11. Stress and immunity
    12. Experimentat immunotherapy
    13. Neutrophit function
    14. Neutrophil function
    15. Cytokines I interleukins
    16. Prostatic disease
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      Elevation of serum soluble vascular cell adhesion molecule-1 (sVCAM-1) levels in bronchial asthma (pages 468–473)

      A. KOIZUMI, S. HASHIMOTO, T. KOBAYASHI, K. IMAI, A. YACHI and T. HORIE

      Version of Record online: 28 JUN 2008 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2249.1995.tb03136.x

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      Hydrocortisone enhances total IgE levels—but not the synthesis of allergen-specific IgE—in a monocyte-dependent manner (pages 474–479)

      B. BOHLE, M. WILLHEIM, K. BAIER, B. STADLER, S. SPITZAUER, O. SCHEINER, D. KRAFT and C. EBNER

      Version of Record online: 28 JUN 2008 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2249.1995.tb03137.x

  9. Environment and immunity

    1. Top of page
    2. EDITORIAL REVIEW
    3. Rheumatotogy
    4. Gut disease
    5. Lung disease
    6. Renat disease
    7. Neuroimmunotogy
    8. Infection and immunity
    9. Atiergy
    10. Environment and immunity
    11. Stress and immunity
    12. Experimentat immunotherapy
    13. Neutrophit function
    14. Neutrophil function
    15. Cytokines I interleukins
    16. Prostatic disease
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      Impaired cellular immune response in harbour seals (Phoca vitulina) feeding on environmentally contaminated herring (pages 480–486)

      R. L. DE SWART, P. S. ROSS, H. H. TIMMERMAN, H. W. VOS, P. J. H. REIJNDERS, J. G. VOS and A. D. M. E. OSTERHAUS

      Version of Record online: 28 JUN 2008 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2249.1995.tb03138.x

  10. Stress and immunity

    1. Top of page
    2. EDITORIAL REVIEW
    3. Rheumatotogy
    4. Gut disease
    5. Lung disease
    6. Renat disease
    7. Neuroimmunotogy
    8. Infection and immunity
    9. Atiergy
    10. Environment and immunity
    11. Stress and immunity
    12. Experimentat immunotherapy
    13. Neutrophit function
    14. Neutrophil function
    15. Cytokines I interleukins
    16. Prostatic disease
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  11. Experimentat immunotherapy

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    2. EDITORIAL REVIEW
    3. Rheumatotogy
    4. Gut disease
    5. Lung disease
    6. Renat disease
    7. Neuroimmunotogy
    8. Infection and immunity
    9. Atiergy
    10. Environment and immunity
    11. Stress and immunity
    12. Experimentat immunotherapy
    13. Neutrophit function
    14. Neutrophil function
    15. Cytokines I interleukins
    16. Prostatic disease
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  12. Neutrophit function

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    2. EDITORIAL REVIEW
    3. Rheumatotogy
    4. Gut disease
    5. Lung disease
    6. Renat disease
    7. Neuroimmunotogy
    8. Infection and immunity
    9. Atiergy
    10. Environment and immunity
    11. Stress and immunity
    12. Experimentat immunotherapy
    13. Neutrophit function
    14. Neutrophil function
    15. Cytokines I interleukins
    16. Prostatic disease
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  13. Neutrophil function

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    2. EDITORIAL REVIEW
    3. Rheumatotogy
    4. Gut disease
    5. Lung disease
    6. Renat disease
    7. Neuroimmunotogy
    8. Infection and immunity
    9. Atiergy
    10. Environment and immunity
    11. Stress and immunity
    12. Experimentat immunotherapy
    13. Neutrophit function
    14. Neutrophil function
    15. Cytokines I interleukins
    16. Prostatic disease
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  14. Cytokines I interleukins

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    2. EDITORIAL REVIEW
    3. Rheumatotogy
    4. Gut disease
    5. Lung disease
    6. Renat disease
    7. Neuroimmunotogy
    8. Infection and immunity
    9. Atiergy
    10. Environment and immunity
    11. Stress and immunity
    12. Experimentat immunotherapy
    13. Neutrophit function
    14. Neutrophil function
    15. Cytokines I interleukins
    16. Prostatic disease
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      Granulocyte-macrophage colony-stimulating factor (GM-CSF) counteracts the inhibiting effect of monocytes on natural killer (NK) cells (pages 515–520)

      G. VAN DEN BOSCH, F. PREIJERS, A. VREUGDENHIL, J. HENDRIKS, F. MAAS and T. DE WITTE

      Version of Record online: 28 JUN 2008 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2249.1995.tb03143.x

  15. Prostatic disease

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    2. EDITORIAL REVIEW
    3. Rheumatotogy
    4. Gut disease
    5. Lung disease
    6. Renat disease
    7. Neuroimmunotogy
    8. Infection and immunity
    9. Atiergy
    10. Environment and immunity
    11. Stress and immunity
    12. Experimentat immunotherapy
    13. Neutrophit function
    14. Neutrophil function
    15. Cytokines I interleukins
    16. Prostatic disease
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      Defective functional response to membrane stimuli in lymphocytes from patients with benign prostatic hyperplasia (pages 521–526)

      M PÉREZ-BLAS, B. MARTÍNEZ-MARTÍN, J. CARBALLIDO, J. HONTORIA, L. I. SALAZAR, C. OLIVIER and M. ALVAREZ-MON

      Version of Record online: 28 JUN 2008 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2249.1995.tb03144.x

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