Journal of Immunological Methods

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0022-1759
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1872-7905
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    Journal of Immunological Methods 425:ii (2015)

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    Journal of Immunological Methods 420:ii (2015)

  3. Corrigendum to “The pre-analytical processing of blood samples for detecting biomarkers on protein microarrays” [Journal of Immunological Methods volume 418 (2015) 39–51]

    Journal of Immunological Methods 419:57 (2015)

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    Journal of Immunological Methods 419:ii (2015)

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    Journal of Immunological Methods 418:ii (2015)

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    Journal of Immunological Methods 417:ii (2015)

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    Journal of Immunological Methods 415:ii (2014)

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    Journal of Immunological Methods 414:ii (2014)

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    Journal of Immunological Methods 412:ii (2014)

  11. Functional assessment of rat complement pathway activities and quantification of soluble C5b-9 in an experimental model of renal ischemia/reperfusion injury

    Journal of Immunological Methods 412:14 (2014) PMID 24953215

    There is a growing interest in the monitoring of complement activation, not only in clinical settings but also in experimental models. However, for rodents only a limited number of tools are available to assess complement activity and activation. Here we describe three ELISAs for the m...
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    Journal of Immunological Methods 411:ii (2014)

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    Journal of Immunological Methods 410:ii (2014)

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    Journal of Immunological Methods 409:ii (2014)

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    Journal of Immunological Methods 408:ii (2014)

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    Journal of Immunological Methods 407:ii (2014)

  17. MHC binding prediction with KernelRLSpan and its variations

    Journal of Immunological Methods 406:10 (2014) PMID 24603003

    Antigenic peptides presented to T cells by MHC molecules are essential for T or B cells to proliferate and eventually differentiate into effector cells or memory cells. MHC binding prediction is an active research area. Reliable predictors are demanded to identify potential vaccine can...
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    Journal of Immunological Methods 406:ii (2014)

  19. Effects of cryopreservation on effector cells for antibody dependent cell-mediated cytotoxicity (ADCC) and natural killer (NK) cell activity in51Cr-release and CD107a assays

    Journal of Immunological Methods 406:1 (2014) PMID 24561308 PMCID PMC4029863

    Freshly isolated PBMC are broadly used as effector cells in functional assays that evaluate antibody-dependent cell mediated cytotoxicity (ADCC) and NK activity; however, they introduce natural-individual donor-to-donor variability. Cryopreserved PBMC provide a more consistent source o...
  20. A novel method to measure HLA-DM-susceptibility of peptides bound to MHC class II molecules based on peptide binding competition assay and differential IC50determination

    Journal of Immunological Methods 406:21 (2014) PMID 24583195 PMCID PMC4029850

    HLA-DM (DM) functions as a peptide editor that mediates the exchange of peptides loaded onto MHCII molecules by accelerating peptide dissociation and association kinetics. The relative DM-susceptibility of peptides bound to MHCII molecules correlates with antigen presentation and immun...