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eBook The T-Cell Receptor Use in Human Autoimmune Diseases: Proceedings ePub

  • ISBN: 0897669169
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: New York Academy of Sciences (1995)
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Start by marking T Cell Receptor Use In Human Autoimmune Diseases as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Patients with naturally occurring diseases have not shown a consistent picture of receptor utilisation.

Recent findings of restricted T-cell receptor V gene use amongst intrathyroidal T cells confirm the primary role of T cells in human thyroid autoimmune processes leading to AITD

Recent findings of restricted T-cell receptor V gene use amongst intrathyroidal T cells confirm the primary role of T cells in human thyroid autoimmune processes leading to AITD. However, the mechanisms whereby such autoreactive T cells escape deletion and anergy, and how they become activated, remain uncertain. There is compelling evidence that the thyroid cell itself, by expressing HLA molecules, and presenting antigen directly to the T cells, may initiate disease, perhaps after an external insult.

Organ-specific autoimmune diseases are commonly associated with specific human leukocyte antigens (HLA) . Organ-specific autoimmune diseases occur as a result of genetic predisposition and environmental influences.

Organ-specific autoimmune diseases are commonly associated with specific human leukocyte antigens (HLA) class II antigens, although the mechanisms by which multiple HLA and non-HLA genes, often involved in immune regulatory pathways, may determine disease predisposition are still undefined. From: The Heart in Rheumatic, Autoimmune and Inflammatory Diseases, 2017. Related terms: Autoimmune Disease.

Autoimmune diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis (RA) . Unfortunately, the situation in human disease is much less clear.

Autoimmune diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis (RA), insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus (IDDM) and multiple sclerosis (MS) represent an ever-increasing burden on global health just as many infectious diseases are brought under control and the prevalence of atherosclerotic disease appears to be falling in many countries Unfortunately, the situation in human disease is much less clear.

T-Cell antigen receptors (TCR) are candidates for genetic susceptibility to autoimmune diseases because they .

T-Cell antigen receptors (TCR) are candidates for genetic susceptibility to autoimmune diseases because they recognize peptide antigens in the context of HLA molecules. The aim of this study was to investigate the possible role of TCR germline polymorphisms in susceptibility to autoimmune hepatitis. We investigated the T cell receptor constant beta chain (TCR C beta) genes of patients with insulin dependent diabetes mellitus (IDDM) using DNA restriction fragment length polymorphism (RFLP) analysis.

Internal Medicine Autoimmune Disease Cell Receptor Receptor Usage. Borgato L, Beri R, Biasi D, Testopi R, Cugola L, Ceru S, De Sandre G, Lunardi C (1997) Analysis of the T cell receptor repertoire in rheumatoid arthritis. Clin Exp Rheumatol 15:475Google Scholar. These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors. This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves. 9. Bourdette DN, Chou YK, Whitham RH, et al (1998) Immunity to T cell receptor peptides in multiple sclerosis.

Print Book & E-Book. Diseases with Autoantibodies to Cell-surface Channels, Receptors. ISBN 9780123849298, 9780123849304. Dendritic Cell Subsets in Human Skin: Epidermal Langerhans Cells and dermal Dendritic Cells. Dendritic Cells and Autoimmune Disease. Dendritic Cell Immunotherapy as a Treatment for Autoimmune Diseases. Targeting of Dendritic Cells in Autoimmune Disease. Conclusions and Future Prospects. CNS Diseases with Autoantibodies to Intracellular Antigens.

Many autoimmune diseases, however, are mediated by T cells and, presumably mediated by. .The group has previously demonstrated that attenuated signaling through the T cell receptor (TCR) alters thymic T cell selection and regulatory T cell function.

Many autoimmune diseases, however, are mediated by T cells and, presumably mediated by self-reactive T cells.

Aberrant T cell responses, in particular, are key in driving autoimmunity . Immunosurveillance of T Cells in the CNS. T Cell-Mediated CNS Diseases.

Aberrant T cell responses, in particular, are key in driving autoimmunity and have been traditionally associated with multiple sclerosis. Yet, it is evident that there are other neurological diseases in which autoreactive T cells have an active role in pathogenesis. T Cells in Antibody-Associated CNS Diseases. Evaluating T Cell Detection Methods. Common methods implemented in the study of T cell biology are also evaluated.