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Emds_2012_debrecen_submitted_abstracts.xlsSUBMITTED ABSTRACTS, 2012 EMDS MEETING
Transcriptomic analysis of blood-derived macrophages identifies 5-lipoxygenase activation short talk+ poster
protein as a key tumor-induced immune molecule in glioblastoma patients. Macrophage-specific upregulation of apoE and apoCII genes by STAT1 acting on the short talk+ poster
Gene expression induced by Toll-like receptors in macrophages requires the transcription short talk+ poster
The global view on RXR regulated transcriptional events in mouse bone marrow derived short talk+ poster
A forebrain-immune cell pathway for the maintenance of CNS immune tolerance short talk+ poster
Identification of helminth-induced microRNAs in macrophages reveals PI3K/Akt signalling as short talk+ poster
essential for IL-4-driven macrophage proliferation in vivo
MDSC subpopulations differentially affect distinct aspects of CD8 + T-cell activation short talk+ poster
Modulation of the Complement System in Peripheral Blood Monocytes Contributes to short talk+ poster
Tuberculosis-associated Immune Reconstitution Inflammatory Syndrome Global analysis of mRNA translation during macrophage activation short talk+ poster
12/15-lipoxygenase orchestrates the clearance of apoptotic cells and maintains immunologic short talk+ poster
Characterization of the human CD83 promoter reveals a complex NFkB/IRF-framework short talk+ poster
governing expression in mature dendritic cells Functional Significance of Evolutionary Divergence in Toll-Like Receptor-Regulated Gene short talk+ poster
Expression in Human Versus Mouse Macrophages (1,3)-b-glucans activate autophagy-dependent unconventional protein secretion from human short talk+ poster
Calcitonin gene-related peptide, adrenomedullin and intermedin suppress phagocytosis and poster presentationTNF-α expression in the rat alveolar macrophage cell line NR8383 Identification of RDH10, RALDH2 and CRABP2 as regulated and required components of the poster presentationPPARγ-directed endogenous all-trans-retinoic acid synthesis and signaling in human monocyte-derived dendritic cells The role of CD8α+ dendritic cells pulsed with tumor cell extract in the regression of Ragweed pollen extract enhances LPS-induced IL-1beta secretion via NLRP3 inflammasome poster presentationin human macrophages B-1 CELL DIFFERENTIATION INTO PHAGOCYTE IS DRIVEN BY LPS IN VIVO Alveolar macrophage involvement in the pathogenesis of influenza A virus Major vault protein, a novel interaction partner of arrestin beta 2 in rat monocytes isolated Scavenger receptor regulation of Macrophages in the tumor microenvironment Effect of radiotherapy on macrophage behaviour Expression profile of nuclear receptor superfamily in dendritic cells How deep is your deep sequencing? – a mathematical approach for the characterization of Genotypic and Phenotypic characterization of two strain viruses of HIV-1 B’/C recombinant Phagocytosis and activation are impaired in HIV-1 infected macrophages Cold storage and heat shock induced hepatocyte damage in vitro: analysis of macrophage Human Monocytes in Response to TLR-7/8 ligation: Classical Monocytes Identified as the TLR-independent recognition of Streptococcus pyogenes is required for successful LAMP-2, a potential novel receptor on human monocytes derived dendritic cells (MDDC) Expression, localization and regulation of dipeptidyl peptidase 9 (DPP9) on murine DIFFERENTIAL PROTEIN PATHWAYS IN 1α,25-DIHYDROXYVITAMIN D3 AND DEXAMETHASONE MODULATED TOLEROGENIC HUMAN DENDRITIC CELLS.
Development of GRO-seq and ChIP-seq analysis pipelines for finding and describing macrophage-specific transcriptome and enhancome Modulation of monocyte-derived dendritic cell differentiation and function through histamine Dissecting gene expression induced by the mycobacterial cord factor: differential effects of Cebpbeta and Hif1a on cytokine and NO production Improving tolerance induction in autoimmune diabetes by oral delivery of genetically modified poster presentationLactococcus lactis – targeting intestinal antigen presenting cells Dendritic Cells and α2,6-sialic acid: its relevance for phagocytosis and migration Avian thymic dendritic cells share common antigen epitope with cortical epithelial cells Programming of ES Cells into Dendritic Cells Age-associated changes in phenotype and function of peritoneal macrophages in rats MONOCYTES GENERATED FROM haematopoietic CD34+ stem cells of colon cancer patients AND THEIR INTERACTIONS WITH TUMOUR CELLS Automatic image analysis of TLR 4-induced macrophage spreading: role of kinases, Human T cell derived complement C3-fragments are integrally involved in T cell activation by poster presentationallogenic dendritic cells Adoptive transfer of CD4+ Th1 cells activates infiltrating leukocytes thereby inducing
reduction in tumor burden in an endogenous mouse model of insulinoma An antibody against the colony-stimulating factor 1 depletes tissue-associated macrophages poster presentationand inhibits bone resorption in female MacGreen mice.
SUBMITTED ABSTRACTS, 2012 EMDS MEETING
How human monocyte-derived dendritic cells develop and respond to inflammatory stimuli in poster presentationthe gut? Gram negative bacteria induce anti-cancer immune response and regression of melanoma Raising monoclonal antibodies against porcine CSF-1R: A tool to aid the study of postnatal Gene expression analysis in CD16-positive monocytes and their macrophage progeny Hypoxia significantly affects DC migratory and proinflammatory responses: role of TREM-1 Secondary iron overload stimulates IL-10 production and subverts anti-microbial effector Macrophages stimulate gastrointestinal cancer invasion: a mechanism involving phosphorylation of multiple signaling pathways B-1 cells survival increase BY presence of peritoneal macrophages and IL-6 secretion NLRP3 inflammasome mediated IL-1β production by LPS in different phenotypes of Bacterial 23S rRNA – unless modified to constitute an erythromycin resistance - is Enhanced subcutaneous B16 melanoma cell-derived primary tumor growth with reduced intratumoral arginase activity in STAT6 deficient mice Vascular and innate immune responses to bacterial endotoxin are dependent on L-arginine The role of HIF-1α and HIF-2α in hypoxic and M2-polarized macrophages TLR4-Mediated Signalling Potentiates The Expression Of IFNβ mRNA In Human Phagocytes poster presentationTransfected With Plasmid DNA CR3 is the main phagocytotic receptor for iC3b opsonized particles on dendritic cells while Macrophage Differentiation Is Associated With Induction Of The HIF Pathway And AN ACTIVE MITOCHONDRIAL BIOGENESIS OCCURS DURING DENDRITIC CELL Impaired cytotoxic activity of dendritic cells in malignant glioma patients could be enhanced p38α senses environmental stress to control innate immune responses by mTOR Dual regulation of osteopontin production by TLR stimulation in dendritic cells The control of the mononuclear phagocyte differentiation in the chicken Acetylcholine regulates ATP-mediated inflammasome activation 2-chlorodeoxyadenosine (Cladribine) induces caspase-independent apoptosis in human CX3CR1hi Ly6C- monocytes play an anti-inflammatory role during liver inflammation Activation of antigen-specific T lymphocytes by CD137 ligand generated dendritic cells.
Differential regulation of TLR- and CD40-induced dendritic cell functions by SLAM-family Robust regulation of microRNAs during human monocyte-macrophage differentiation and Macrophages engulfing apoptotic cells produce retinoids to regulate apoptosis as well as ChIPS and bits of the STAT6 cistrome in human primary macrophages
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