Elodie Tisserand

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Dendritic cells (DC) are professional antigen-presenting cells that are promising adjuvants for clinical immunotherapy. Methods to generate in vitro large numbers of functional human DC using either peripheral blood monocytes or CD34(+) pluripotent hematopoietic progenitor cells have been now developed. For this purpose, their in vitro production for(More)
PURPOSE The presence of immunoglobulins and complement in sarcoid granulomata and bronchoalveolar lavage from patients with sarcoidosis suggests that humoral mechanisms may be of importance in granuloma formation. To test this hypothesis, we examined the possibility that antibodies to specific tissue carbohydrates causing alterations and/or dysfunction of(More)
We report here a case of possible donor-derived Candida stellimalicola infection after pancreas transplantation. Candida stellimalicola, an environmental non-filamentous yeast, was isolated from both the peritoneal fluid of the graft donor and the preservation fluid of the transplanted pancreas. Interestingly, this strain exhibited high minimum inhibitory(More)
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