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Abnormalities of the long arm of chromosome 6 are a common feature in various B-cell malignancies. In most cases, the genes involved have not yet been clearly identified. We have molecularly characterized the recently established Burkitt lymphoma cell line BLUE-1 that carries a t(6;20)(q15;q11.2) rearrangement in addition to the typical t(8;14) with MYC-IGH(More)
BACKGROUND The role of regulatory CD4 T cells (Treg) in immune-mediated liver disease is still under debate. It remains disputed whether Treg suppress T cell-mediated hepatitis in vivo and whether hepatic regulatory T cells are functional in patients with autoimmune hepatitis. METHODS We used TF-OVA mice, which express ovalbumin in hepatocytes, to(More)
Liver infections with hepatotropic viruses, such as hepatitis B virus and hepatitis C virus are accompanied by viral persistence and immune failure. CD8+ T cells are crucial mediators of the intrahepatic antiviral immune response. Chronic infections of the liver and other organs correlate with T-cell exhaustion. It was previously suggested that high antigen(More)
AIM Obesity is accompanied with systemic inflammation and pre-conditions to severe alterations in liver environment and functions. So far, it remains elusive to which extent obesity modulates immune responses during hepatotropic virus infections as well as in autoimmune hepatitis. In this study we investigated the influence of obesity on the intrahepatic(More)
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