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1 Chemically-induced immunopathology and immune functional changes
article 2004    
Author: Vos, J.G. · Kuper, C.F.
Keywords: Biology · Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology · Cyclosporin A · HCB · Immune function · Immunopathology · Immunostimulation · Immunosuppression · Immunotoxicity · TBTO · TCDD
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2 In vivo immune stimulation by interferon during viral infection
article 1981    
Author: Schellekens, H. · Weimar, W. · Reus, A. de · Bolhuis, R.L.H. · Cantell, K.
Keywords: Biology · lymphokine · Animal experiment · Cell culture · Immune response · Immunostimulation · In vitro study · Intramuscular drug administration · Monkey · Skin infection · Vaccinia virus · Virus infection · Adjuvants, Immunologic · Animal · Antibodies, Viral · Interferons · Macaca mulatta · Vaccinia · Vaccinia virus
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3 Vitamins and cancer
article 1997    
Author: Poppel, G. van · Berg, H. van den
Keywords: Cancer · Carotene · Epidemiology · Fruit · Prevention · Vegetables · Vitamins · Alpha tocopherol · Antioxidant · Ascorbic acid · Beta carotene · Folic acid · Free radical · Nitrosamine · Retinol · Vitamin · Vitamin b group · Vitamin d · Calcium metabolism · Cancer prevention · Carcinogenesis · Cell communication · Colon cancer · Conference paper · Diet supplementation · DNA methylation · Fruit · Human · Immunostimulation · Metabolic activation · Priority journal · Proto oncogene · Vegetable · Vitamin blood level · Vitamin intake · Antioxidants · Ascorbic Acid · beta Carotene · Female · Folic Acid · Humans · Male · Neoplasms · Selenium · Vitamin A · Vitamin E · Vitamins
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4 The effect of the food matrix on In Vivo immune responses to purified peanut allergens
article 2005    
Author: Wijk, F. van · Nierkens, S. · Hassing, I. · Feijen, M. · Koppelman, S.J. · Jong, G.A.H. de · Pieters, R. · Knippels, L.M.J.
Keywords: Nutrition Toxicology · Food technology · Food matrix · Immunogenicity · Mouse model · Peanut allergens · allergen · cholera toxin · cytokine · immunoglobulin E · allergenicity · animal cell · animal experiment · antigen presenting cell · antigen purification · article · assay · cell count · controlled study · cytokine production · feeding · female · food allergy · foot pad · immune response · immunogenicity · immunoreactivity · immunostimulation · in vivo study · lymph node · mouse · mouse strain · nonhuman · peanut · Allergens · Animals · Antigens, CD · Antigens, CD80 · Antigens, CD86 · Arachis hypogaea · Cholera Toxin · Cytokines · Dietary Fats · Female · Glycoproteins · Immunoglobulin E · Immunoglobulin G · Intercellular Adhesion Molecule-1 · Lymph Nodes · Membrane Glycoproteins · Mice · Mice, Inbred BALB C · Mice, Inbred C3H · Peanut Hypersensitivity · Plant Proteins · Ara · Arachis hypogaea
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5 Effects of cis-9, trans-11 and trans-10, cis-12 conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) isomers on immune function in healthy men
article 2003    
Author: Albers, R. · Wielen, R.P.J. van der · Brink, E.J. · Hendriks, H.F.J. · Dorovska-Taran, V.N. · Mohede, I.C.M.
Keywords: Health · Physiological Sciences · Conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) · Fatty acids · Human · Immune function · Immune modulation · acylglycerol · engerix · fatty acid · gamma interferon · hepatitis B antibody · interleukin 1beta · interleukin 2 · interleukin 4 · interleukin 6 · linoleic acid · prostaglandin E2 · recombinant hepatitis B vaccine · sunflower oil · tumor necrosis factor alpha · adult · aged · antibody blood level · article · clinical trial · controlled clinical trial · controlled study · cytokine production · diet supplementation · double blind procedure · drug capsule · hepatitis B · human · human experiment · immune response · immune system · immunostimulation · isomer · lymphocyte proliferation · male · natural killer cell · normal human · randomized controlled trial · vaccination · Adult · Aged · Dinoprostone · Double-Blind Method · Hepatitis B Antibodies · Hepatitis B Vaccines · Humans · Hypersensitivity, Delayed · Immunity · Interferon Type II · Interleukins · Isomerism · Killer Cells, Natural · Leukocytes, Mononuclear · Linoleic Acid · Lymphocyte Activation · Male · Middle Aged · Tumor Necrosis Factor-alpha · Vaccination · Helianthus
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6 Thalidomide inhibits UVB-induced mouse keratinocyte apoptosis by both TNF-α-dependent and TNF-α-independent pathways
article 2003    
Author: Lu, K.Q. · Brenneman, S. · Burns Jr., R. · Vink, A. · Gaines, E. · Haake, A. · Gaspari, A.
Keywords: Toxicology Biology · Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology · α-N-phthalimido-glutarimide · Mouse model · Photoprotection · Sunburn cell · Ultraviolet light · antiinflammatory agent · apoptosis inhibitor · cell DNA · cyclobutane derivative · cytokine · dimer · drug vehicle · messenger RNA · pyrimidine derivative · recombinant tumor necrosis factor alpha · thalidomide · tumor necrosis factor alpha · animal cell · animal experiment · animal model · animal tissue · antiinflammatory activity · apoptosis · article · biosynthesis · bolus injection · cell assay · cell death · controlled study · cytokine production · DNA damage · dose response · drug blood level · drug mechanism · drug megadose · female · histopathology · hypothesis · immunostimulation · in vitro study · keratinocyte · low drug dose · monocyte · mouse · newborn · nick end labeling · nonhuman · photosensitivity disorder · priority journal · radiation dose · radiation exposure · radiation injury · ribonuclease protection assay · skin · skin biopsy · skin lupus erythematosus · steady state · sunburn · ultraviolet B radiation · Animals · Anti-Inflammatory Agents, Non-Steroidal · Apoptosis · Disease Models, Animal · Dose-Response Relationship, Drug · Erythema · Female · Injections, Intravenous · Keratinocytes · Mice · Mice, Inbred BALB C · RNA, Messenger · Thalidomide · Tumor Necrosis Factor-alpha · Ultraviolet Rays
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7 Unheated Cannabis sativa extracts and its major compound THC-acid have potential immuno-modulating properties not mediated by CB1 and CB2 receptor coupled pathways
article 2006    
Author: Verhoeckx, K.C.M. · Korthout, H.A.A.J. · Meeteren-Kreikamp, A.P. van · Ehlert, K.A. · Wang, M. · Greef, J. van der · Rodenburg, R.J.T. · Witkamp, R.F.
Keywords: Health · Analytical research · Biomedical research · Δ9-tetrahydrocanabinoid · Δ9-tetrahydrocanabinoid acid · cAMP · Cannabis sativa · Inflammation · PC-PLC · TNF-alpha · 1 (2,4 dichlorophenyl) 5 (4 iodophenyl) 4 methyl n morpholino 1h pyrazole 3 carboxamide · 6 iodo 3 (4 methoxybenzoyl) 2 methyl 1 (2 morpholinoethyl)indole · Beta 2 adrenergic receptor stimulating agent · Cannabidiol · Cannabidiolic acid · Cannabinoid 1 receptor · Cannabinoid 2 receptor · Cannabinoid derivative · Cannabis · Delta 9 tetrahydrocannabinoid acid · Dronabinol · Immunomodulating agent · Lipopolysaccharide · Phosphatidylcholine · Phospholipase C · Tumor necrosis factor alpha · Unclassified drug · Zilpaterol · Cell strain U937 · Concentration response · Controlled study · Cytokine production · Down regulation · Drug effect · Drug mechanism · Enzyme activity · Heating · Human cell · Immunomodulation · Immunopharmacology · Immunostimulation · Long term exposure · Macrophage · Metabolism · Protein induction · Protein synthesis regulation · Supernatant · Upregulation · Cannabis · Cell Line · Cells, Cultured · Cyclic AMP · Dose-Response Relationship, Drug · Heat · Humans · Immunologic Factors · Macrophage Activation · Macrophages · Phospholipase C · Plant Extracts · Receptor, Cannabinoid, CB1 · Receptor, Cannabinoid, CB2 · Signal Transduction · Tetrahydrocannabinol · Tumor Necrosis Factor-alpha
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