Christian Janson

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The alpha/beta T cell receptor (TcR) V gene usage of bronchoalveolar lavage (BAL) lymphocytes and peripheral blood lymphocytes (PBL) from 11 sarcoidosis patients and 4 healthy controls was investigated, using eight alpha/beta TcR V gene product-specific monoclonal antibodies (mAb). Twenty-seven percent (3/11) of the sarcoidosis patients had a highly(More)
A murine anti-idiotypic monoclonal antibody (mAb), F1, (IgG2a) was produced against the variable part of the T-cell receptor for antigen (Ti, alpha/beta) on the tumor cells of a patient with T-cell chronic lymphatic leukemia (CD3+,8+,4-). The molecular weight of the protein reactive with mAb F1, comodulation and coprecipitation with anti-CD3 antibody, and(More)
The expression of seven different alpha and beta gene segments of the T cell receptor on normal human CD4+ and CD8+ T lymphocytes, respectively, was examined using V gene-specific monoclonal antibodies. We found a statistically significant (p less than 0.001) bias of the expression of four V gene products towards the CD4+ subpopulation. In every individual(More)
We compared T cell receptor (TCR) V-segment frequencies in human leukocyte antigen (HLA) identical siblings to sibling pairs who differ at one or both HLA haplotypes using four V beta-specific and one V alpha-specific monoclonal antibody. In every one of nine families HLA-identical sibs had the most similar patterns of V-segment frequencies in their(More)
The T cell receptor (TCR) variable (V) gene repertoire was analyzed in patients with monoclonal gammopathy of undetermined significance (MGUS) (n = 17), multiple myeloma (MM) stage I (n = 16), MM stages II/III (n = 31) and age-matched controls (n = 27) by immunofluorescence and flow cytometry using a panel of mouse monoclonal antibodies (mAb) (n = 10)(More)
Certain T cell antigen receptor V gene products in man have been shown by us and others to display a reproducible bias for preferential expression in CD4+ or CD8+ T cell subsets. In order to investigate whether such a skewed representation of V gene segments is also present at the J gene segment level, we tested the relative J beta gene usage by V beta 5.1(More)
Publicly Verifiable Outsourced Computation (PVC) allows devices with restricted resources to delegate computations to more powerful external servers, and to verify the correctness of results. Whilst beneficial in many situations, this increases the visibility and availability of potentially sensitive data, so we may wish to limit the sets of entities that(More)
We have previously analysed the T-cell receptor (TCR) V-gene usage in peripheral blood T lymphocytes from a group of healthy Scandinavians, and described a biased representation (i.e. a statistically significant higher median representation) for some of the TCR V genes towards the CD4+ subpopulation. In a subsequent study the usage of the same V genes was(More)
Publicly Verifiable Outsourced Computation (PVC) allows weak devices to delegate computations to more powerful servers, and to verify the correctness of results. Delegation and verification rely only on public parameters, and thus PVC lends itself to large multiuser systems where entities need not be registered, yet in such settings the individual user(More)
The combination of software-as-a-service and the increasing use of mobile devices gives rise to a considerable difference in computational power between servers and clients. Thus, there is a desire for clients to outsource the evaluation of complex functions to an external server. Servers providing such a service may be rewarded per computation , and as(More)