EurekaMag
+ Translate
+ Most Popular
Spermatogenic and steroidogenic impairment after chromium treatment in rats
Prediction of enthalpy of formation based on refined crystal structures of multisite compounds; Part 1, Theories and examples
Intrastromal photorefractive keratectomy for myopia by Nd:YLF picosecond laser
Teachers' beliefs about the role of prior language knowledge in learning and how these influence teaching practices
Classification and genesis of submarine iron-manganese deposits
Insecta a Cl. G. N. Potanin in China et in Mongolia novissime lecta. XVII. Hemiptera-Heteroptera
On the occurrence of the splendid genus Machaerothrix Haupt in Tsushima, with some remarks on the genus (Hymenoptera, Pompilidae)
Enamel craze lines
Gynecologic examination of the child and the adolescent
Periosteal osteoclasts, skeletal development and ageing
Fibrodysplasia ossificans progressiva in a Nigerian: a case report
The chronically ill patient with anorexia nervosa development, phenomenology, and therapeutic considerations
Kummelonautilus taiwanum sp. nov. (Nautilida) from the early Miocene Shihmen Formation, Chungliao, Nantou, west-central Taiwan
Efficacy of Droncit against Dipylidium caninum in dogs
Pierids of the genus Euchloe Klots (Lepidoptera, Pieridae) from Siberia and the Far East.
C5A anaphylatoxin and its seven transmembrane-segment receptor
Failure to practice evidence-based medicine: why do physicians not treat patients with heart failure with angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitors?
Empirical comparisons of proportional hazards regression, Poisson regression, and logistic regression in the analysis of occupational cohort data
Pollination of flowers of sweet and sour cherries
Isopodi terrestri raccolti nell' Estremo Oriente
Morphometric observations on Dipylidium caninum from dogs and cats in Austria
Chelation effectiveness of zinc proteinates demonstrated
Alopecia--a psychosomatic disease picture? I. Review of the literature
Monitoring equity in health and healthcare: a conceptual framework
Hemodynamic evaluation of the Biocor heterologous prosthesis

Expression of GAL-alpha Gal on neonatal porcine islet cells and their susceptibility to human antibody-complement lysis


Expression of GAL-alpha Gal on neonatal porcine islet cells and their susceptibility to human antibody-complement lysis



Acta Diabetologica 34(2): 111



ISSN/ISBN: 0940-5429


Please choose payment method:






(PDF emailed within 1 workday: $29.90)

Accession: 031377795

Download citation: RISBibTeXText

Related references

Gal alpha(1,3)Gal expression on neonatal porcine islet cells and susceptibility to human antibody/complement lysis. Transplantation Proceedings 30(2): 325, 1998

Expression of Gal alpha(1,3)gal on neonatal porcine islet beta-cells and susceptibility to human antibody/complement lysis. Diabetes 47(9): 1406-1411, 1998

Complement regulatory proteins on human and porcine nontransgenic and hDAF transgenic islet cells: expression and role in susceptibility to lysis by human serum. Transplantation Proceedings 32(5): 1066, 2000

Resistance of neonatal porcine Sertoli cells to human xenoantibody and complement-mediated lysis is associated with low expression of alpha-Gal and high production of clusterin and CD59. Xenotransplantation 17(3): 215-223, 2010

Neonatal Porcine Sertoli Cells Do Not Express Gal(1,3)Gal And Are Resistan To Human Antibody/Complement Mediated Lysis. Transplantation 76(Suppl.): S41-S42, 2003

Complement-mediated killing of myeloma tumour cells: differences in susceptibility to lysis by antibodies and complement are independent of antigen expression and antibody binding. Immunology 49(2): 321-328, 1983

Neonatal porcine Sertoli cells inhibit human natural antibody-mediated lysis. Biology of Reproduction 72(5): 1224-1231, 2005

Porcine islet cells of Langerhans are destroyed by human complement and not by antibody-dependent cell-mediated mechanisms. Transplantation 62(1): 29-33, 1996

Over-expression of heme oxygenase-1 does not protect porcine endothelial cells from human xenoantibodies and complement-mediated lysis. Journal of Huazhong University of Science and Technology. Medical Sciences 33(1): 102-106, 2013

A comparison of fetal and adult porcine islets with regard to Gal alpha (1,3)Gal expression and the role of human immunoglobulins and complement in islet cell cytotoxicity. Transplantation 69(8): 1711-1717, 2000

Lack of galactose-alpha-1,3-galactose expression on porcine endothelial cells prevents complement-induced lysis but not direct xenogeneic NK cytotoxicity. Journal of Immunology 172(10): 6460-6467, 2004

Immune lysis of normal human and paroxysmal nocturnal hemoglobinuria (PNH) red blood cells. I. The sensitivity of PNH red cells to lysis by complement and specific antibody. Journal of Clinical Investigation 45(5): 736-748, 1966

Immune lysis of normal human and paroxysmal nocturnal hemoglobinuria red cells to lysis by complement and specific antibody. J Clin Invest 45(5): 736-748, 1966

Porcine complement regulators protect aortic smooth muscle cells poorly against human complement-induced lysis and proliferation: consequences for xenotransplantation. Xenotransplantation 12(3): 217-226, 2005

Acute antibody-mediated complement activation mediates lysis of pancreatic islets cells and may cause tissue loss in clinical islet transplantation. Transplantation 85(8): 1193-1199, 2008