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Animal models of T cell-mediated skin diseases /

T. Zollner, H. Renz, K. Asadullah, editors.

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Names: Zollner, T. | Renz, H. | Asadullah, K.
Published: Berlin ; Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, 2004.
Edition: 1st ed.
Series: Ernst Schering Research Foundation workshop ; 50.
Topics: Skin - Inflammation - Animal models - Congresses. | T cells - Congresses. | Immunologic diseases - Animal models - Congresses.
Genres: Electronic books. | Conference papers and proceedings.
Online Access: SpringerLink - Full text online
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Making of gene modified mice / M. Pasparakis -- High-throughput gene knockouts and phenotyping in mice / M.W. Moore -- Modelling gene-environment interactions in Th1- and Th2-dominated diseases of laboratory animals / G.A.W. Rook, R. Martinelli, L. Rosa Brunet -- Animal models of experimental asthma / M. Wegmann, H. Renz -- Models for rheumatoid arthritis / R.O. Williams -- Animal models of inflammatory bowel diseases / M.F. Neurath -- Murine models of atopic dermatitis / T. Brzoska, T.A. Luger -- Epicutaneous sensitization with allergens as atopic dermatitis model / H. Alenius -- T cell receptor transgenic models of inflammatory disorders : relevance for atopic dermatitis / U. Niesner, F. Hardung, A. Scheffold -- What must a model display to proof as a model for psoriasis? / W. Sterry, J. Foerster -- From classical mouse models of psoriasis to a spontaneous Xenograft model featuring use of AGR mice / F.O. Nestle, B.J. Nickoloff -- The psoriasis SCID mouse model : a tool for drug discovery? / W.-H. Boehncke -- Pro- and anti-inflammatory effects of IL-4 : from studies in mice to therapy of autoimmune diseases in humans / T. Biedermann, M. Röcken -- What must a model display to proof as a model for contact dermatitis? / C. Hauser -- Acute and chronic models of allergic contact dermatitis : advantages and limitations / T.M. Zollner, F.H. Igney, K. Asadullah -- Transgenic mice expressing IFN-y in the epidermis are a model of inflammatory skin disease and systemic Lupus Erythematosus / F.M. Watt.
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