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作者 Taylor, Charles B
書名 Immunosuppression : New Research
出版項 New York : Nova Science Publishers, Incorporated, 2009
©2009
國際標準書號 9781608767076 (electronic bk.)
9781606921029
book jacket
說明 1 online resource (320 pages)
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附註 Intro -- Immunosuppression: New Research -- Contents -- Preface -- Is There a Future for Costimulation Blockade as a Regulatory T-cell Inducing Therapy? -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Costimulation Blockade -- Regulatory T-Cells -- Conclusion -- References -- Strategies for T Cell Depletion to Prevent Graft versus Host Disease -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Pharmacological Intervention -- T Cell Depletion - An Effective Non-PharmacologicImmunosuppression -- Pre -Clinical Models and Early Clinical Studies -- Strategies of T Cell Depletion -- Merits and Problems with TCD -- Haploidentical Transplantation -- Strategies to Improve Outcome of Patients with TCell Depletion -- Conclusions -- References -- Leucocyte Intracellular Cytokines in Lung Transplant Patients- A More Physiological Indicator of Immunosuppression than Plasma Drug Levels -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Acute and Chronic Transplant Rejection -- Immunosuppression -- Conclusion -- References -- Indications and Management of m-TOR Inhibitors after Liver Transplantation -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Objectives -- Material and Methods -- Results -- Discussion -- References -- Evolution of Immunosuppression in Liver Transplantation -- Abstract -- Abbreviations -- Introduction -- Evolution of Immunosuppression -- Recent Advances in ImmunosuppressionFollowing Liver Transplantation -- Conclusion -- References -- The Role of Pharmacogenomics in Tailoring Immunosuppressive Therapy for Liver Transplant Recipients -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Current Immunosuppressive Drugs -- Pharmacogenomics and Drug Metabolism -- Genetic Polymorphism and Immunosuppressive Drugs -- Limitations of Clinical application of Pharmacogenomics -- Conclusion -- References -- Immunosuppression Caused by Photochemo- and Photodynamic Therapy: Focus on Photosensitizer Photoproducts -- Abstract -- Introduction
Suppression of Delayed Type Hypersensitivity (DTH) Reaction by Products of Photosensitizer Photooxidation -- Suppression of Contact Hypersensitivity (CHS) by PUVA-Treatment and by Photosensitizer Photoproducts -- POP Therapy Is a New Patient-Friendly Photochemotherapy That Requires No UV-A Irradiation of Skin or Blood -- Conclusion -- References -- Sunlight Induced Immunosuppression: A Role for Inflammatory Mediators in the Induction of Suppressor Cells -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Immunosuppression Only Requires Exposure toLow Doses of UV Radiation -- Sunlight Is Immunosuppressive -- UV-Induced Regulatory Cells -- Factors Involved in the Activationof UV-Regulatory Cells -- Dendritic Cells as Mediators of Regulatory T Cell Activation -- Mast Cells and the Activation of RegulatoryPopulations in Secondary Lymphoid Tissues -- Regulatory B Cells as Facilitatorsof UV-Immunosuppression -- Conclusion -- References -- Immunosuppressive Therapy in Adult to Adult Living-Related Liver Transplantation -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Living Related Liver Transplantation -- Immunosuppression in Living Related Liver Transplantation -- The Ismett, UPMC Italy Experience -- Conclusion -- References -- High-Dose Immunosuppression with Autologous Stem Cell Transplantation in Severe Refractory Systemic Lupus Erythematosus -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Results -- Overall and Disease-Free Survival -- Conclusion -- References -- Experimental Approaches for Transplantation of Islets in the Absence of Immunosuppression -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Immunomodulation -- Genetic Engineering of Islets -- Immunoisolation -- Macrocapsules -- Intravascular Macrocapsules -- Microcapsules -- The Principle of Microencapsulation -- Present Insights in Tissue Reponses Against Microcapsules -- Permeability of Capsules for Cytokines -- Metabolic Function of Encapsulated Islet Grafts
Concluding Remarks -- References -- Oxidative Stress Peripheral Markers in Graves' Ophthalmopathy Patients during Combined Immunosuppression -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Patients and Methods -- Results -- Conclusion -- Acknowledgements -- References -- Index
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
鏈接 Print version: Taylor, Charles B. Immunosuppression : New Research New York : Nova Science Publishers, Incorporated,c2009 9781606921029
主題 Immunosuppression.;Immunosuppressive agents
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