M. van den Berg

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The immune response in the rat parathymic lymph node was studied after administration of antigen into the peritoneal cavity. Special attention was paid to the accessory cells,which might induce the response. During the induction phase of the response a heterogeneous population of non-lymphoid mononuclear cells was present in the subcapsular sinus and the(More)
Non-lymphoid dendritic cells were isolated from normal and paratyphoid vaccine-stimulated lymph nodes draining the rat skin. They were studied using enzymecytochemical, immunocytochemical and electron-microscopical methods. These cells had an irregular outline and an eccentrically situated nucleus. All showed acid phosphatase activity in a central area and(More)
Factor IX Zutphen is a variant factor IX molecule isolated from human factor IX [Liebman (1987) J. Biol. Chem. 262, 7605-7612], the blood of a patient with severe haemophilia B. The molecular based upon the metal ion requirements for binding to anti-factor defect in factor IX Zutphen is a Cys'8 -+ Arg mutation as a result IX: Mg(II) antibodies, which are(More)
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