Heinrich-Otto Teichmann

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An immunoregulatory circuit is described in which B cell blasts activate syngeneic Ly-1+2-3- T cells to (a) start a reaction which is indistinguishable from a graft-vs.-host reaction (syngeneic GvH) and (b) induce suppressor cell activity which abrogates the syngeneic GvH. Since capping the surface immunoglobulin (Ig) on B cell blasts blocks their ability(More)
We have studied B-lymphocyte function in 39 patients with Crohn's disease and 35 normal individuals using a reverse haemolytic plaque assay as the effector system. Ten patients had active Crohn's disease, the others being in an inactive state of the disease. Compared with normal individuals, the Crohn's disease patients - especially those in the active(More)
Using an experimental animal model, the thermal single-pulse lesion derived from a mid-infrared 1.0 Joule 300 microns fibre-conducted Holmium: Yttrium-Aluminum-Garnet (Ho:YAG) laser was examined, with special emphasis on the orientation and depth of the tissue reaction. Performing biparietal craniotomy in Sprague-Dawley rats weighing 250-300 g, both(More)
Leukaemic cells from a patient in the blast crisis of chronic myeloid leukaemia were subjected to a surface marker analysis using a panel of monoclonal antibodies recognizing differentiation antigens of myeloid (MY7, MY906, VIM D5, M phi P9), erythroid (VIE G4), megakaryocyte (AN51), T-lymphoid (WT1, 10.2, OKT3, OKT4, OKT6, OKT8, OKT11A) and B-lymphoid(More)
The phenotypic and functional characteristics of the leukaemic cells from one patient with T suppressor ALL were studied at the time of diagnosis and in relapse. At the time of diagnosis, the phenotype corresponded to the intermediate stage between the cortical and medullary phases of normal thymocyte differentiation with a high proportion of T8+ cells(More)