Cecilie Bo Hansen

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C1 inhibitor (C1-INH) is known to form complexes with the lectin complement pathway serine proteases MASP-1 and MASP-2. Deficiency of C1-INH is associated with hereditary angioedema (HAE), an autosomal inherited disease characterized by swelling attacks caused by elevated levels of bradykinin. MASP-1 was shown to cleave high m.w. kininogen into bradykinin;(More)
Regressing and progressing Moloney sarcomas, induced in BALB/c mice by the injection of cultured sarcoma cells (MSC)1, were sampled for histologic analysis and then disaggregated using mixtures of trypsin, collagenase and DNAse or collagenase and DNAse alone. The types of inflammatory cells (IC) found in resultant cell suspensions were determined 6, 11, 14(More)
Highly purified suspensions of intratumoral T lymphocytes, recovered 11 and 13 days after induction of regressing or progressing Moloney sarcomas, were compared in their ability to lyse specifically the MSC cells used for tumor induction. Cytolytic activity, expressed in terms of lytic units/10(6) T cells, was similar for intratumoral T cell suspensions(More)
A combination of two cell separation methods was utilized for the isolation of thymus-derived lymphocytes (TL) from enzymatically disaggregated tumors. Passage through Sephadex G-10-glass bead columns to remove adherent cell types followed by exposure to IgG-coated sheep red blood cell monolayers for removal of Fc receptor-bearing inflammatory cells(More)
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