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Imboden, "The immunopathogenesis of rheumatoid arthritis," Annual Review of Pathology: Mechanisms of Disease, vol.
Comparison of the transcriptional profiles of patients with dengue fever and dengue hemorrhagic fever reveals differences in the immune response and clues in immunopathogenesis.
Conclusion: All these results showed that IFN-[gamma], TNF-[alpha], IL-23, IL-17 and OPN levels increase both in lesion and serum in psoriasis patients, however, further investigation should be made in order to assess their role in the immunopathogenesis of psoriasis and their relationship with the disease and comorbidities.
His research interests are focused on the immunopathogenesis and immunotherapy/pharmacotherapy of acute and chronic inflammatory disorders of both infective and non-infective origin.
He was of the view that HCV associated immunopathogenesis is poorly understood, which is also a big hurdle in developing effective ,less toxic target drugs.
Immunopathogenesis of Delayed-Type Hypersensitivity Microscopy Research And Technique, 53: 241-245.
NB-UVB decreases subset of T-cells, Th 17 cell, which plays an important role in the 4 immunopathogenesis of psoriasis.
Progress in understanding the immunopathogenesis of psoriasis.
7,8) The immunopathogenesis of STAT3 deficiency is still a matter of debate, and T-helper 1 (Th-1)/Th2 cytokine imbalance has been suggested as a causative factor.
Most saw immunology as predominantly a laboratory science with little application to clinical practice; this highlighted a gap between clinical management of patients and theoretical understanding of the etiology and immunopathogenesis of disease.
The immunopathogenesis of enteroviral infection is not completely understood.
Each chapter has a similar layout with an introductory section, sections on immunogenetics, immunopathogenesis (with a small section on animal models and more comprehensive section on human disease), therapeutic aspects and concluding remarks.