In conclusion, even by using samples with high titers of HEV RNA in injection experiments, we were unable to cause infection with G3 HEV in immunodeficient
Following injection into the "border zone" and infarct area of immunodeficient
rats one week after induced myocardial infarction, the researchers used echocardiography to measure myocardial function and other analyses to measure the size of scaring, density of blood vessels in the scar, and the health of myocardial tissues.
The first section, on organ transplantation, begins with discussion of principles and concepts and continues with chapters addressing immunodeficient
patients, immunosuppressive drugs, human papillomavirus and squamous cell cancer, pre- and posttransplant management, and future trends.
Chapter 12 uses the xenotransplantation model of immunodeficient
mice for identification and characterization of human leukemic stem cells.
Patients at high risk for EG include those with malignancies, hypogammaglobulinaemia, patients on steroid therapy and those who are immunodeficient
Pseudomonas aeruginosa (PA) can cause severe infection in immunodeficient
individuals, such as Cystic Fibrosis (CF) patients.
Persistent vaccine-derived neurovirulent poliovirus in an immunodeficient
man failed to respond to numerous treatments, suggesting that such infections pose a risk to the strategy for eliminating vaccination once global eradication of polio is achieved, Dr.
The technology combines the antigenic stimulation of donated human lymphoid cells with the grafting of the cells into severe combined immunodeficient
Our previous study indicated that a small amount of SSCS (30 min/day, 5 days/week for 10 days) in immunodeficient
mice caused lung injury and lipid peroxidation in the lung and liver (9).
Passive transfer of antibodies protects immunocompetent and immunodeficient
mice against lethal Ebola virus infection without complete inhibition of viral replication.
When the cells were transplanted into severe combined immunodeficient
mice that had undergone adrenalectomy, "the tissue formed from the transplanted cells.
The Immunology section consists of chapters covering laboratory assessment of immunologic function, immunodeficient
states, and autoimmunity.