Binding Of Four Lectins To Normal Human Oral Mucosa

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The role of epithelial signal transducer and activator of

microbial effects have been identified such as C-type lectins [26, 27]. Once a pathogen overcomes the pre-epithelial defenses, it is in direct contact with the epithelial cell layer [22, 23]. To prevent further penetration of the pathogen into deeper layers of the intestinal mucosa, a tight epithelial barrier exists, in which epithelial cells

[原著]A Histochemical Comparative Study on Four Different

mucosa, but not to normal colonic glands. Other lectins have not shown a similar ability to dis-tinguish between ma】ignant and norma一 co】orec-tal mucosa. They have reported that UEA-1 and PNA may be a reliable indicatorofcolorectal 2.4.r>,¥

Assessment of Intestinal Barrier Permeability to Large

Four major barriers in the human body Skin barrier Lung barrier It ti lb i 6 Intestinal barrier Blood-Brain Barrier Mechanisms of Disease: the role of intestinal barrier function in the pathogenesis of gastrointestinal autoimmune diseases Fasano, A., and Shea-Donohue, T., Nature Clin Practice, Gastroenterol & Hepatol, 2005, 2(9):416-422

A review on Ebola virus disease - IJIRT

C-type lectins, tyrosine kinase receptors, β1 integrin receptors, and Niemann Pick C1 proteins.Takada et al have argued that, based on Ebola virus s pantropism, the virus likely uses several different C-type lectins to gain entry into a variety of cells. Because of the virus s marked selectivity for specific cells, some of

Differential Lectin Binding to Cellular Membranes in the

in the binding of lectins to the cell surface of carcinomas and wounds in the human oral epithelium (14). In the normal oral mucosa (15), human epidermis (16), and gastrointestinal mucosa of the rat (17, 18), keratinocytes in different differentiative stages exhibit specificity for the binding of particular lectins to their surfaces.

C Expression ofExtracellular AcidProteinase by Proteolytic

spp. during Experimental Infection ofOral Mucosa MARGARETEBORG* AND REINHARDRUCHEL Department ofMedicalMicrobiology, Institute of Hygiene, University ofGottingen, D-3400 Gottingen,

Title Lectin immunohistochemical evaluation of human bladder

From the Department of Oral Surgery, Asahi University Yukihiro Tatemoto From the Departmant of Oral Surgery, Kochi Medical School Shoji Fukushima From the First Department of Pathology, Osaka City University Medical School 899 A lectin immunohistochemical analysis of 51 human bladder carcinomas, including 44 cases of

Human Junctional Epithelium: Demonstration of a New Marker

keratins [23,241, it has been shown that the three human gingival epithelia each have a distinct expression pattern. JE was unique, expressing a number of keratins throughout all layers (unlike other areas of oral mucosa), such as keratin 14 and keratin 19. Recent evidence suggests that human JE also expresses a number of simple keratins [22].

Pepsinogen and H,K-ATPase mediate acid secretion in gastric

Binding with six FITC or peroxidase labelled lectins was also assessed to characterise glycosidic residues contained in oligosaccharidic chains of glycoproteins in mucous neck cells and in b-subunit of H,K-ATPase of oxynticopeptic cells. Material and methods Four adult T. carnifex were collected from areas around Altamura, Bari (Italy). The


Implausibility ofan aetiological association between cytomegalovirus and Kaposi's sarcoma shown by four techniqueS F VAN DEN BERG, MARGUERITESCHIPPER, MJIWA, et at.128 2 Campylobacter-like organisms and heterotopic gastric mucosa in Meckel's diverticula GABRIELLE A DE COTHI, KM NEWBOLD,

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guanylate-binding proteins (GBPs) are involved in the antiparasitic defense against Neospora caninum M. Leineweber, K. Spekker, V. Ince, S. Brunder, S. K. Schmidt, G. Schares, W. Däubener 14.00 15.30 Session Innate and adaptive immune response (Room Zehlendorf) Chair: Martin Beer Type I interferon antagonistic properties of

Experimental Pseudomonas aeruginosa mediated rhino sinusitis

3 rhino sinusitis based on micromorphology and by use of antibodies and lectins directed against 4 glycoconjugates. 5 Pseudomonas aeruginosa exists in nature in many forms and colonizes a number of different 6 mucosal surfaces such as the respiratory, ocular, digestive, and reproductive mucosa. Epithelial

Peanut Lectin Stimulates Proliferation in Colonic Explants

as adenomatous c010nic polyps, 2'14 and in the mucosa of patients with ulcerative colitis./5'.6 PNA binding is not usually detectable in normal colonic mucosa when con- ventional staining techniques are used on formalin-fixed tissue. 12,14,17 Despite the presence of lectin binding sites on colonic