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Role of J Chain in Secretory Immunoglobulin Formation
The joining (J) chain is a small polypeptide, expressed by mucosal and glandular plasma cells, which regulates polymer formation of immunoglobulin (Ig)A and IgM, and both the J chain and the pIgR/SC are key proteins in secretory immunity. Expand
Infiltration of cytotoxic T cells in drug‐induced cutaneous eruptions
Previous in vitro data indicate that perforin containing drug‐specific cytotoxic T cells are involved in cutaneous drug reactions.
The HECA‐452 epitope is highly expressed on lymph cells derived from human skin
UV irradiation of the skin and induction of an allergic contact dermatitis did not change CLA expression on lymph cells, although lymph flow and cell output increased, providing further evidence for an important role of CLA in cell homing to the skin. Expand
Interleukin‐12 expression in human afferent lymph derived from the induction phase of allergic contact dermatitis
It is indicated that no significant protein levels of IL‐12 are washed out from the skin into the afferent lymph or are produced and released by migrating lymph cells during the induction phase of allergic CD in vivo. Expand
Founding of a new european dermatology organisation
  • Braathen
  • Medicine
  • European journal of dermatology : EJD
  • 2000
List of reviewers for BJD: January 2009 – December 2009
Aakita, S. Abdelhak, S. Abdel-Rahman, S. Abeck, D. Acland, K. Adams, B. Adams, D. Adisesh, A. Agner, T. Ågren, M.S. Aguilera, J. Ahmad, N. Ahmad, W. Ahmed, A.R. Ahmed, I. Akilov, O.E. Akiyama, M.Expand
Forthcoming meetings and articles
22-26 September 2001 5 World Congress on In ̄ammation (organized by the British In ̄ammation Research Association under the auspices of the International Association of In ̄ammation Societies).Expand