Consuelo Muellenberg-Coulombre

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Experimental autoimmune uveoretinitis was induced in genetically susceptible Lewis rats by passive transfer of T-lymphocyte cell lines from long-term cultures primed against soluble retinal antigen (S-Ag). A continuous T-cell line was established from non-adherent lymph node cells of S-Ag-immunized Lewis rats. The lymphoid cells were propagated in vitro by(More)
The immunohistologic properties of two monoclonal antibodies produced by hybridomas generated from bovine retinal S-antigen (S-Ag) immunized mice were investigated. These monoclonal antibodies demonstrated a low antibody titer to the original S-Ag preparation by the ELISA method. Immunohistologic studies using avidin-biotin-peroxidase complex (ABC) showed(More)
The immunohistologic properties of two monoclonal antibodies produced by hybridomas generated from bovine retinal S-antigen (S-Ag) immunized mice were investigated. These monoclonal antibodies demonstrated a low antibody titer to the original S-Ag preparation by the ELISA method. Immunohistologic studies using avidin-biotin-peroxidase complex (ABC) showed(More)
The immunologic effects of bromocriptine and low dose cyclosporine on experimental autoimmune uveitis (EAU) induced in Lewis rats by S-antigen immunization were studied. Rats treated with a sub-optimal dose (low dose) of cyclosporine (2 mg/kg per d), bromocriptine (1.8 mg/kg per d), or both drugs were compared with untreated rats in regard to the(More)
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