Ko-Lun Huang

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Lymphocytes enter lymph nodes by first adhering to high endothelial venules, an adhesive event mediated by a lectinlike lymphocyte receptor (L-selectin). Previously, it was shown with an in vitro assay that lymphocytes preferentially adhere to myelin-rich regions in brain sections. Here, using a recombinant form of L-selectin as an immunohistochemical(More)
Anti-α-amino-3-hydroxy-5-methyl-4-isoxazolepropionic acid (AMPA) receptor encephalitis is an anti-neuronal surface antigen autoimmune encephalitis that is rarely reported. Our study evaluated the first known patient who developed anti-AMPA receptor encephalitis during pregnancy. Initial brain MRI revealed bilateral limbic encephalitis. However, rapid brain(More)
L-selectin is a lectin-like receptor involved in lymphocyte attachment to lymph node high endothelial venules (HEV). Previously, we showed that L-selectin also participates in the in vitro attachment of lymphocytes to central nervous system (CNS) white matter. Use of an L-selectin chimera demonstrated ligand sites within CNS white matter but not the(More)
OBJECTIVE We wanted to examine whether brain computed tomography (CT) perfusion can help to detect the reconstitution of cerebral hemodynamics and predict intracerebral hemorrhage (ICH) after carotid stenting. METHODS From September 2002 to October 2009, data of 114 patients with carotid intervention were prospectively collected, and we retrospectively(More)
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