Régine Pasquier

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Brown-Norway (BN) rats injected with HgCl2 develop a systemic autoimmune disease associated with a polyclonal B cell activation, due to autoreactive T cells specific for self-class II molecules,(More)
Brown Norway (BN) rats given gold salts develop an autoimmune syndrome with an immune complex-type glomerulonephritis in the context of a polyclonal B cell activation that was suspected to be due to(More)
Autoreactive anti-MHC class II T cells are found in Brown Norway (BN) and Lewis (LEW) rats that receive either HgCl2 or gold salts. These T cells have a T helper cell 2 (Th2) phenotype in the former(More)