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Genetic diversity of Labyrinthula terrestris, a newly emergent plant pathogen, and the discovery of new Labyrinthulid organisms.
- Greg W. Douhan, Mary W. Olsen, A. Herrell, C. Winder, F. Wong, K. Entwistle
- Biology, Medicine
- Mycological research
- 1 October 2009
Labyrinthuloid organisms are thought almost exclusively to be only associated with marine environments. However in 1995, a disease of turfgrass suddenly appeared that was eventually determined to be… Expand
Allogeneic effector/memory Th-1 cells impair FoxP3+ regulatory T lymphocytes and synergize with chaperone-rich cell lysate vaccine to treat leukemia.
Therapeutic strategies combining the induction of effective antitumor immunity with the inhibition of the mechanisms of tumor-induced immunosuppression represent a key objective in cancer… Expand
Signaling pathways induced by a tumor-derived vaccine in antigen presenting cells.
We have previously reported on the anti-tumoral potential of a chaperone-rich cell lysate (CRCL) vaccine. Immunization with CRCL generated from tumors elicits specific T and NK cell-dependent immune… Expand
Detection of the rapid blight pathogen Labyrinthula terrestris on non-symptomatic Poa trivialis
Rapid blight is a new disease of cool season turf grasses caused by Labyrinthula terrestris. It is problematic in Arizona and ten other states in cool season turfgrasses at sites with elevated… Expand
Annual and Monthly Variation in Species Composition and Catches of Fishes from the Tabusintac River Estuary in the Southern Gulf of St. Lawrence
A total of 7130 fish from 13 taxa were collected during summer and autumn, 2002-2005 using box traps at two sites in the Tabusintac River Estuary, New Brunswick, Canada. The objective was to… Expand
treat leukemia lymphocytes and synergize with chaperone-rich cell lysate vaccine to regulatory T + Allogeneic effector/memory Th-1 cells impair FoxP3
DNA methylation profiles at the human Th2 locus in BAC transgenic mice point to novel putative regulatory elements (IRM6P.720)
Most cis-regulatory elements in the mouse Th2 cytokine locus were initially identified based on their evolutionary conservation. In contrast, the regulatory landscape of the human Th2 locus, which is… Expand