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Genetic diversity of Labyrinthula terrestris, a newly emergent plant pathogen, and the discovery of new Labyrinthulid organisms.
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 beExpand
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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 cancerExpand
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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 immuneExpand
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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 elevatedExpand
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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 toExpand
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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 isExpand