Budesonide suppresses pulmonary antibacterial host defense by down-regulating cathelicidin-related antimicrobial peptide in allergic inflammation mice and in lung epithelial cells
Peng Wang, Xiaoyun Wang, Xiaoqiong Yang, Zhigang Liu, Min Wu, Guoping Li
BMC Immunology 2013, 14:7 (6 February 2013)
The suppression of pulmonary antibacterial host defense by budesonide in an asthmatic mouse model and in lung epithelium cells
in vitro is dependent on down-regulation of cathelicidin-related antimicrobial peptide.
Fermented fish oil suppresses T helper 1/2 cell response in a mouse model of atopic dermatitis via generation of CD4
+CD25 +Foxp3 + T cells
Sang-Chul Han, Gyeoung-Jin Kang, Yeong-Jong Ko, Hee-Kyoung Kang, Sang-Wook Moon, Yong-Seok Ann, Eun-Sook Yoo
BMC Immunology 2012, 13:44 (9 August 2012)
Fermented fish oil (FFO) treatment in a mouse model of atopic dermatitis (AD) is associated with enrichment of CD4, CD25 and Foxp3 positive regulatory T cells at sites of inflammation, suggesting FFO may be effective in treating AD allergic symptoms.
Association of HLA-DR1 with the allergic response to the major mugwort pollen allergen: molecular background
Bernhard Knapp, Gottfried Fischer, Dries Van Hemelen, Ingrid Fae, Bernard Maillere, Christof Ebner, Wolfgang Schreiner, Barbara Bohle, Beatrice Jahn-Schmid
BMC Immunology 2012, 13:43 (8 August 2012)
Multifunctional role of dextran sulfate sodium for
in vivo modeling of intestinal diseases
William A Rose, Kaori Sakamoto, Cynthia A Leifer
BMC Immunology 2012, 13:41 (1 August 2012)
A dextran sulfate sodium-induced experimental colitis model system in mice provides novel insights into the role of toll-like receptor 9 in intestinal repair and the etiology of intestinal bowel diseases.
323-339MAP octamers mitigate OVA-induced airway inflammation by regulating Foxp3 T regulatory cells
Wen Su, Wenwei Zhong, Yanjie Zhang, Zhenwei Xia
BMC Immunology 2012, 13:34 (6 July 2012)
Adoptive transfer of IL-4R
α + macrophages is sufficient to enhance eosinophilic inflammation in a mouse model of allergic lung inflammation
Andrew Q Ford, Preeta Dasgupta, Irina Mikhailenko, Elizabeth MP Smith, Nancy Noben-Trauth, Achsah D Keegan
BMC Immunology 2012, 13:6 (31 January 2012)
Transfer of macrophages expressing IL-4 receptor alpha into a mouse model of allergic lung inflammation is sufficient to enhance TH2-driven eosinophilic inflammation and may represent a suitable target to reduce exacerbations in asthma patients.
Micrurus snake venoms activate human complement system and generate anaphylatoxins
Gabriela D Tanaka, Giselle Pidde-Queiroz, Maria de Fátima D Furtado, Carmen van den Berg, Denise V Tambourgi
BMC Immunology 2012, 13:4 (16 January 2012)
Indispensable roles of OX40L-derived signal and epistatic genetic effect in immune-mediated pathogenesis of spontaneous pulmonary hypertension
Moloud Rabieyousefi, Pejman Soroosh, Kimio Satoh, Fumiko Date, Naoto Ishii, Masahiro Yamashita, Masahiko Oka, Ivan F McMurtry, Hiroaki Shimokawa, Masato Nose, Kazuo Sugamura, Masao Ono
BMC Immunology 2011, 12:67 (15 December 2011)
in vivo primed transgenic T cells supports allergic lung inflammation and FIZZ1 and Ym1 production in an IL-4R α and STAT6 dependent manner
Preeta Dasgupta, Svetlana P Chapoval, Elizabeth P Smith, Achsah D Keegan
BMC Immunology 2011, 12:60 (20 October 2011)
CD4+ T helper cells primed in vivo induce an allergic lung reaction in an asthma model in mice, partly through pathways dependent on the cytokine IL4α receptor and the transcription factor STAT6.
Endogenous annexin A1 counter-regulates bleomycin-induced lung fibrosis
Amílcar S Damazo, André LF Sampaio, Cintia MAG Nakata, Roderick J Flower, Mauro Perretti, Sonia M Oliani
BMC Immunology 2011, 12:59 (19 October 2011)