Connective tissue: an eclectic historical review with particular reference to the liver

  title={Connective tissue: an eclectic historical review with particular reference to the liver},
  author={Kurt Aterman},
  journal={The Histochemical Journal},
  • K. Aterman
  • Published 1 May 1981
  • Medicine
  • The Histochemical Journal

Kurt Aterman, MUDR, MB, BCh BAO HONS, DCH, MRCP, PhD, DSc, FRCPath: “A Small Man With a Very Large Cerebrum and a Soul to Match”

  • James R. Wright
  • Medicine
    Pediatric and developmental pathology : the official journal of the Society for Pediatric Pathology and the Paediatric Pathology Society
  • 2020
Kurt Aterman was raised in the Czech-Polish portions of the former Austro-Hungarian Empire during World War I and the interwar period and fled to England as a refugee when the Nazis occupied his homeland in 1939, and spent the next 2 decades as a pediatric-perinatal pathologist and medical historian.

Differential migration of passenger leukocytes and rapid deletion of naive alloreactive CD8 T cells after mouse liver transplantation

  • Szun S. TayB. Lu P. Bertolino
  • Biology, Medicine
    Liver transplantation : official publication of the American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases and the International Liver Transplantation Society
  • 2013
A mouse liver transplant model is developed in which PLs, recipient cells, and a reporter population of transgenic CD8 T cells specific for the graft could be easily distinguished and quantified in allografts and recipient organs by flow cytometry and shows that alloreactive CD9 T cells are deleted more rapidly than initially reported.

Tolerance and Future Directions for Composite Tissue Allograft Transplants: Part II

Tolerogenic properties of dendritic cells and immunotherapy with regulatory T cells are introduced as having future potential for tolerance induction in solid organ and composite tissue allograft transplants.

Hepatic fibrosis—Current concepts of pathogenesis and therapy

The disentanglement of basic pathogenetic mechanisms which lead to an increased deposition of connective tissue constituents is gaining high priority in basic science and practical gastroenterology.

Localized hepatocarcinogenesis: the response of the liver and kidney to implanted carcinogens

  • K. Aterman
  • Medicine, Biology
    Journal of Cancer Research and Clinical Oncology
  • 2004
It appears that this is the first experiment in which the reproducible induction of localised H. C.s in the liver of the rat has been reported, and attention should be drawn to this reproducible, regularly occurring, in vivo model of extra-osseous calcification.