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Laser Ablation Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry
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Laser ablation inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry can be used to assess expression of multiple tissue antigens in solid-phase biological specimens, such as tissue sections, cytospins, or cells grown on slides. Expand
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Differentiation of in vitro-modified human peripheral blood monocytes into hepatocyte-like and pancreatic islet-like cells.
BACKGROUND & AIMS Adult stem cells provide a promising alternative for the treatment of diabetes mellitus and end-stage liver diseases. We evaluated the differentiation potential of human peripheralExpand
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Cutting Edge: Immunological Consequences and Trafficking of Human Regulatory Macrophages Administered to Renal Transplant Recipients
Regulatory macrophages (M regs) were administered to two living-donor renal transplant recipients. Both patients were minimized to low-dose tacrolimus monotherapy within 24 wk of transplantation andExpand
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Standardization of whole blood immune phenotype monitoring for clinical trials: panels and methods from the ONE study
BackgroundImmune monitoring by flow cytometry is a fast and highly informative way of studying the effects of novel therapeutics aimed at reducing transplant rejection or treating autoimmuneExpand
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Hurdles in therapy with regulatory T cells
Translating regulatory T cell therapy to the clinic in Europe is making progress but has remaining challenges. Improper activation of the immune system contributes to a variety of clinicalExpand
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IFN-γ-induced iNOS expression in mouse regulatory macrophages prolongs allograft survival in fully immunocompetent recipients.
Mouse monocytes exposed to macrophage colony-stimulating factor (M-CSF) and interferon-γ (IFN-γ) were driven to a novel suppressor phenotype. These regulatory macrophages (M regs) expressed markersExpand
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Tracking of human cells in mice
Tracking and tracing of transplanted cells in mice is required in many fields of research. Examples are transplantation of stem cells into organs of mice to study their differentiation capacity andExpand
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Macrophages Driven to a Novel State of Activation Have Anti-Inflammatory Properties in Mice1
Recurrent episodes of inflammation underlie numerous pathologies, notably those of inflammatory bowel diseases. In this study, we describe a population of macrophages in a novel state of activationExpand
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Now or never? The case for cell-based immunosuppression in kidney transplantation.
By exploiting mechanisms of immunological regulation against donor alloantigen, it may be possible to reduce the dependence of kidney transplant recipients upon calcineurin inhibitor-basedExpand
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Novel GM-CSF signals via IFN-γR/IRF-1 and AKT/mTOR license monocytes for suppressor function.
Granulocyte-macrophage colony-stimulating factor (GM-CSF) controls proliferation and survival of myeloid cells including monocytes. Here, we describe a time-dependent licensing process driven byExpand
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