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  • Processing Of Human Lymphoid Aggregates

    Processing Of Human Lymphoid Aggregates. Aug 25 2013160183 in addition multiple lymphoid aggregates are newly formed in the submucosa submucosal lymphoid aggregate sla and deeper the aim of the present study was to investigate the cellular immune response in mla in sla and in the lamina propria in crohns colitis. More Details

  • lymphoid aggregates是什么意思_lymphoid aggregates怎么 ...

    Lymphoid aggregates in endobronchial biopsies from young elite cross-country skiers. Hepatic lymphoid aggregates in chronic hepatitis C and mixed cryoglobulinemia Unique CD8+ T cell-rich lymphoid aggregates in human uterine endometrium.

  • Benign lymphoid aggregates in the bone marrow ...

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  • Unique CD8 + T cell‐rich lymphoid aggregates in human ...

    namic changes in lymphoid aggregates (LA) located in the stratum basalis of the human uterus throughout the men-strual cycle by employing three-color immunofluorescent staining of 30- to 70-.tm-thick sections of freshly obtained viable tissue analyzed by confocal scanning laser micros-copy (CSLM). This approach permitted three-dimensional

  • processing of human lymphoid aggregates

    Lymphoid aggregates (LA) develop during the proliferative phase of the menstrual cycle in the human uterine endometrium (EM). They contain mostly CD8 + T cells and B cells. As these LA are absent immediately following menses, they may arise by division of cells resident in the EM, or by division of a limited number of precursor cells that ...

  • Lymphocytic Follicles and Aggregates Are a

    Lymphocytic follicles and aggregates colitis, previously regarded as of negligible diagnostic significance, allows the prediction of the behavior of chronic diarrhea in a subset of patients with nonspecific changes on colonic biopsy. The increased number of mast cells and paucity of Treg cells furth

  • CD8+ T cells in human uterine endometrial lymphoid ...

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  • Characterisation of mucosal lymphoid aggregates in ...

    2020-6-22  BACKGROUND AND AIMS A histopathological feature considered indicative of ulcerative colitis (UC) is the so-called basal lymphoid aggregates. Their relevance in the pathogenesis of UC is, however, unknown. We have performed a comprehensive analysis of the immune cells in these aggregates most likely corresponding to the lymphoid follicular hyperplasia also described in other

  • Neuropilin-1 Is Expressed on Lymphoid Tissue Residing

    2017-5-3  expressing human ILC3s are LTi-like cells, which are present in fetal tissues and adult lymphoid tissues, but not in peripheral blood or skin. NRP1+ ILC3s cells are primed and migrate in response to VEGF-A. In addition, their presence in the lungs of smokers and COPD patients provides insight into the formation of ectopic lymphoid aggregates.

  • Morphology of colorectal lymphoid aggregates in

    The present study compares the characteristics of colorectal lymphoid aggregates in patients with carcinoma, diverticular disease, Crohn's disease, or ulcerative colitis of the large bowel. A ...

  • (PDF) Unique CD8+ T cell-rich lymphoid aggregates in

    Unique human uterine lymphoid aggregates 435. immunoregulatory role, perhaps suppressing cell-mediated. immune responses during the postovulatory implantation. window to

  • Processing Of Human Lymphoid Aggregates

    Processing Of Human Lymphoid Aggregates. Aug 25 2013160183 in addition multiple lymphoid aggregates are newly formed in the submucosa submucosal lymphoid aggregate sla and deeper the aim of the present study was to investigate the cellular immune response in mla in sla and in the lamina propria in crohns colitis. More Details

  • Neuropilin-1 Is Expressed on Lymphoid Tissue Residing

    2017-5-3  expressing human ILC3s are LTi-like cells, which are present in fetal tissues and adult lymphoid tissues, but not in peripheral blood or skin. NRP1+ ILC3s cells are primed and migrate in response to VEGF-A. In addition, their presence in the lungs of smokers and COPD patients provides insight into the formation of ectopic lymphoid aggregates.

  • processing of human lymphoid aggregates

    Lymphoid aggregates (LA) develop during the proliferative phase of the menstrual cycle in the human uterine endometrium (EM). They contain mostly CD8 + T cells and B cells. As these LA are absent immediately following menses, they may arise by division of cells resident in the EM, or by division of a limited number of precursor cells that ...

  • Lymphocytic Follicles and Aggregates Are a

    Lymphocytic follicles and aggregates colitis, previously regarded as of negligible diagnostic significance, allows the prediction of the behavior of chronic diarrhea in a subset of patients with nonspecific changes on colonic biopsy. The increased number of mast cells and paucity of Treg cells furth

  • (PDF) Unique CD8+ T cell-rich lymphoid aggregates in

    Unique CD8+ T cell-rich lymphoid aggregates in human endometrium Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Leukocyte Biology 61(4):427-35 April 1997 with 15 Reads How we measure 'reads'

  • Lymphoid Aggregates in Endobronchial Biopsies from

    2017-3-14  Previous observations of lymphoid aggregates in human airways were made in studies of lung tissue obtained either at surgery or at post mortem. The aggregates in our study have similarities as well as differences to BALT as described in animal and human lung tissue (1, 2, 11, 12). The similarities are location at the airway bifurcations and ...

  • Characterisation of mucosal lymphoid aggregates in ...

    2020-6-22  BACKGROUND AND AIMS A histopathological feature considered indicative of ulcerative colitis (UC) is the so-called basal lymphoid aggregates. Their relevance in the pathogenesis of UC is, however, unknown. We have performed a comprehensive analysis of the immune cells in these aggregates most likely corresponding to the lymphoid follicular hyperplasia also described in other

  • Frontiers Tertiary Lymphoid Structures in Cancers ...

    Tertiary lymphoid structures (TLS) are ectopic lymphoid aggregates that reflect lymphoid neogenesis occurring in tissues at sites of inflammation. They are detected in tumors where they orchestrate local and systemic anti-tumor responses. A correlation has been found between high densities of TLS and prolonged patient’s survival in more than 10 different types of cancer.

  • Lymphoid Aggregates in Bone Marrow Basicmedical

    This is the typical appearance of a benign lymphoid aggregate in bone marrow; it is nodular, nonparatrabecular, well circumscribed, and composed of predominantly small mature lymphocytes. Typical immunohistochemical findings in a benign lymphoid aggregate show a slight T-cell predominance (CD3, red) with a central collection of B cells (CD20 ...

  • processing of human lymphoid aggregates

    Lymphoid aggregates (LA) develop during the proliferative phase of the menstrual cycle in the human uterine endometrium (EM). They contain mostly CD8 + T cells and B cells. As these LA are absent immediately following menses, they may arise by division of cells resident in the EM, or by division of a limited number of precursor cells that ...

  • Frontiers Lymphoid Aggregates in the CNS of

    Follicle-like lymphoid aggregates were repetitively detected, but resembled GCs or at least eLFs only in varying extent, best matching an eLF in a memory state. For sure, CD3 + FOXP3 + Tregs were never discovered in those aggregates, hinting to unleashed GC-like immune responses in the CNS of progressive MS patients.

  • Lymphoid Aggregates in Endobronchial Biopsies from

    2017-3-14  Previous observations of lymphoid aggregates in human airways were made in studies of lung tissue obtained either at surgery or at post mortem. The aggregates in our study have similarities as well as differences to BALT as described in animal and human lung tissue (1, 2, 11, 12). The similarities are location at the airway bifurcations and ...

  • (PDF) Unique CD8+ T cell-rich lymphoid aggregates in

    Unique CD8+ T cell-rich lymphoid aggregates in human endometrium Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Leukocyte Biology 61(4):427-35 April 1997 with 15 Reads How we measure 'reads'

  • Sex Differences in Lymphoid Follicles in COPD Airways

    Results: Lymphoid follicle and foamy macrophage counts as well as the total follicle cross-sectional area were differentially increased in lung tissues of female mice compared to male mice, and these differences were abolished by ovariectomy. These lymphoid aggregates were positive for CD45, CD20, CD21 and BAFF expression.

  • Unique CD8+ T cell‐rich lymphoid aggregates in

    Unique CD8 + T cell‐rich lymphoid aggregates in human uterine endometrium Grant R. Yeaman. Department of Microbiology, Dartmouth Medical School, Lebanon, New Hampshire. Search for more papers by this author. Paul M. Guyre. Department of Physiology, Dartmouth Medical School, Lebanon, New Hampshire.

  • Characterisation of mucosal lymphoid aggregates in ...

    2020-6-22  BACKGROUND AND AIMS A histopathological feature considered indicative of ulcerative colitis (UC) is the so-called basal lymphoid aggregates. Their relevance in the pathogenesis of UC is, however, unknown. We have performed a comprehensive analysis of the immune cells in these aggregates most likely corresponding to the lymphoid follicular hyperplasia also described in other

  • Lymphoid neogenesis in skin of human hand,

    Lymphoid neogenesis in skin of human hand allografts at various time‐points post‐transplantation. Endothelial PNA d expression was significantly increased in biopsies taken at 5 years or later after hand transplantation (very late), when compared to biopsies taken within the first 3 months (very early), between month 3 and the first year ...

  • Helicobacter-Induced Chronic Active Lymphoid

    Tertiary lymphoid tissue is a term describing ectopic lymphoid aggregates that accumulate during the process of chronic immune stimulation. Tertiary lymphoid organs exhibit characteristics usually associated with the secondary lymphoid organs (lymph nodes, Peyer's patches, and the spleen).

  • Lymphoid Aggregates in Bone Marrow Basicmedical

    This is the typical appearance of a benign lymphoid aggregate in bone marrow; it is nodular, nonparatrabecular, well circumscribed, and composed of predominantly small mature lymphocytes. Typical immunohistochemical findings in a benign lymphoid aggregate show a slight T-cell predominance (CD3, red) with a central collection of B cells (CD20 ...

  • Lymphoid Aggregates in Bone Marrow Basicmedical

    This is the typical appearance of a benign lymphoid aggregate in bone marrow; it is nodular, nonparatrabecular, well circumscribed, and composed of predominantly small mature lymphocytes. Typical immunohistochemical findings in a benign lymphoid aggregate show a slight T-cell predominance (CD3, red) with a central collection of B cells (CD20 ...

  • Sex Differences in Lymphoid Follicles in COPD Airways

    Results: Lymphoid follicle and foamy macrophage counts as well as the total follicle cross-sectional area were differentially increased in lung tissues of female mice compared to male mice, and these differences were abolished by ovariectomy. These lymphoid aggregates were positive for CD45, CD20, CD21 and BAFF expression.

  • Developmental stages of tertiary lymphoid tissue

    Tertiary lymphoid tissues (TLTs) are inducible ectopic lymphoid tissues in chronic inflammatory states and function as sites of priming local immune responses. We previously demonstrated that aged but not young mice exhibited multiple TLTs after acute kidney injury and that TLTs were also detected in human aged and diseased kidneys. However, the forms of progression and the implication for ...

  • Helicobacter-Induced Chronic Active Lymphoid

    Tertiary lymphoid tissue is a term describing ectopic lymphoid aggregates that accumulate during the process of chronic immune stimulation. Tertiary lymphoid organs exhibit characteristics usually associated with the secondary lymphoid organs (lymph nodes, Peyer's patches, and the spleen).

  • Focal and Local: Ectopic Lymphoid Structures and ...

    Figure 1. Ectopic lymphoid structures in human and murine liver. A, Hematoxylin and eosin staining of a hepatic ectopic lymphoid structures (ELS) derived from a patient with chronic hepatitis B virus infection (with courtesy from Prof. Achim Weber).The follicle-like structure and organization similar to a white pulp follicle in the spleen is visible.

  • (PDF) Unique CD8 T cell-rich lymphoid aggregates in

    Unique CD8 T cell-rich lymphoid aggregates in human uterine endometrium

  • Tertiary Lymphoid Structures Associate with Tumour

    The canonical lymphoid aggregates arise during ontogeny whereas the ectopic aggregates arise due to factors such as chronic inflammation and persistent antigen exposure. These extra-nodal sites of adaptive immunity are most common in autoimmune (rheumatoid arthritis) or inflammatory conditions [

  • Sex differences in lymphoid follicles in COPD airways ...

    Female mice have more lymphoid follicles than male mice after chronic smoke exposure, and this effect was attenuated by ovariectomy. Representative images of a) vessel-associated, b) bronchial-associated and c) parenchymal-associated lymphoid aggregates in lung cross sections from smoke-exposed female mice were stained with HE. Scale bar = 100 μm.

  • Reactive lymphoid hyperplasia (focal lymphoid

    Aggregates of lymphoid tissue are all over the oral mucosa, but they are often prominent in the soft palate, uvula, and pharynx. These lymphoid tissues are controlled by specialized cells that arm themselves to attack and destroy foreign invaders—such as bacteria, fungi, or viruses—through phagocytosis or the production of antibodies.

  • Lymphocytic Follicles and Aggregates Are a

    2019-5-16  Basal small lymphoid follicles and aggregates were present in 25% of cases. The mean total lymphoid follicles and aggregates per biopsy was 0.59 ± 0.32 for study cases and 0.31 ± 0.21 for controls (P = .005) . The different subtypes of lymphoid follicles and aggregates are illustrated in Figure 1.