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    How far from a hormone-based contraceptive vaccine?

    Delves, Peter J
    Journal of Reproductive Immunology, June 2004, Vol.62(1-2), pp.69-78 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Encyclopedia of immunology

    Delves, Peter J
    San Diego [etc.] : Academic Press
    [1998]
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    Titre: Encyclopedia of immunology / ed.-in-chief Peter J. Delves ; consultant ed. Ivan M. Roitt
    Auteur: Delves, Peter J
    Edition: 2nd ed..
    Editeur: San Diego [etc.] : Academic Press
    Date: [1998]
    Collation: 4 vol. ([183], 2516 p. ) : ill. ; 29 cm
    Sujet RERO: Immunologie - Immunité - Allergie
    Sujet RERO - forme: [Encyclopédies]
    Sujet MeSH: Immunity - Allergy and Immunology - Reference Books, Medical - Encyclopedia
    Classification: LC QR180.2
    Identifiant: 0122267664 (Vol. 1) (ISBN); 0122267672 (Vol. 2) (ISBN); 0122267680 (Vol. 3) (ISBN); 0122267656 (set) (ISBN); 0122267699 (Vol. 4) (ISBN)
    No RERO: R232577760
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    http://data.rero.ch/01-R232577760/html?view=FR_V1

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    The Immune System

    Delves, Peter J, Roitt, Ivan M
    The New England journal of medicine, 06 July 2000, Vol.343(1), pp.37-49 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
    Massachusetts Medical Society
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    Titre: The Immune System
    Auteur: Delves, Peter J; Roitt, Ivan M
    Sujet: Medicine
    Description: The immune system is an organization of cells and molecules with specialized roles in defending against infection. There are two fundamentally different types of responses to invading microbes. Innate (natural) responses occur to the same extent however many times the infectious agent is encountered, whereas acquired (adaptive) responses improve on repeated exposure to a given infection. The innate responses use phagocytic cells (neutrophils, monocytes, and macrophages), cells that release inflammatory mediators (basophils, mast cells, and eosinophils), and natural killer cells. The molecular components of innate responses include complement, acute-phase proteins, and cytokines such as the interferons. Acquired responses involve the proliferation of . . .
    Fait partie de: The New England journal of medicine, 06 July 2000, Vol.343(1), pp.37-49
    Identifiant: 0028-4793 (ISSN); 1533-4406 (E-ISSN); 10.1056/NEJM200007063430107 (DOI)

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    The Immune System

    Delves, Peter J, Roitt, Ivan M
    The New England journal of medicine, 13 July 2000, Vol.343(2), pp.108-117 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
    Massachusetts Medical Society
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    Titre: The Immune System
    Auteur: Delves, Peter J; Roitt, Ivan M
    Sujet: Medicine
    Description: Lymphocytes and Lymphoid Tissue The complexity of the cellular interactions that occur during acquired immune responses requires specialized microenvironments in which the relevant cells can collaborate efficiently. Because only a few lymphocytes are specific for a given antigen, T cells and B cells need to migrate throughout the body to increase the probability that they will encounter that particular antigen. In their travels, lymphocytes spend only about 30 minutes in the blood during each cycle around the body. 56 Immune responses to blood-borne antigens are usually initiated in the spleen, and responses to microorganisms in tissues are generated in local lymph . . .
    Fait partie de: The New England journal of medicine, 13 July 2000, Vol.343(2), pp.108-117
    Identifiant: 0028-4793 (ISSN); 1533-4406 (E-ISSN); 10.1056/NEJM200007133430207 (DOI)

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    Roitt's essential immunology

    Roitt, Ivan Maurice
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    Reply of the Authors

    Christiansen, Ole B., Daya, Salim, Bosch, Ernesto, Delves, Peter J.
    Fertility and Sterility, 9/2005, Vol.84(3), pp.813-814 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
    Elsevier (via CrossRef)
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    Titre: Reply of the Authors
    Auteur: Christiansen, Ole B.; Daya, Salim; Bosch, Ernesto; Delves, Peter J.
    Fait partie de: Fertility and Sterility, 9/2005, Vol.84(3), pp.813-814
    Identifiant: 00150282 (ISSN); http (DOI)

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    Restricted clonality of T cells in the joints of rheumatoid arthritis patients

    Lydyard, Peter M., Delves, Peter J., Colaco, Bernard
    Arthritis & Rheumatism, February 1990, Vol.33(2), pp.299-299 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Microorganisms and autoimmune diseases

    Delves, Peter J
    Molecular medicine today (Regul. ed.), 1997, Vol.3(5), pp.196-196 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
    ScienceDirect Journals (Elsevier)
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    Screening autoantibody profiles in systemic rheumatic disease with a diagnostic protein microarray that uses a filtration-assisted nanodot array luminometric immunoassay (NALIA)

    Mcbride, Jeffrey D, Gabriel, Francis Guy, Fordham, John, Kolind, Torsten, Barcenas-Morales, Gabriela, Isenberg, David A, Swana, Marlene, Delves, Peter J, Lund, Torben, Cree, Ian A, Roitt, Ivan M
    Clinical chemistry, May 2008, Vol.54(5), pp.883-90 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: Screening autoantibody profiles in systemic rheumatic disease with a diagnostic protein microarray that uses a filtration-assisted nanodot array luminometric immunoassay (NALIA)
    Auteur: Mcbride, Jeffrey D; Gabriel, Francis Guy; Fordham, John; Kolind, Torsten; Barcenas-Morales, Gabriela; Isenberg, David A; Swana, Marlene; Delves, Peter J; Lund, Torben; Cree, Ian A; Roitt, Ivan M
    Sujet: Autoantibodies -- Blood ; Rheumatic Diseases -- Immunology
    Description: We developed a cost-efficient modular system for multiplex analysis of the multiple autoantibodies that characterize systemic rheumatoid diseases. The nanodot array luminometric immunoassay (NALIA) system consists of conventional 96-well membrane-bottomed plates in which antigens or antibodies are adsorbed onto the underside of the membrane. Current arrays use a 5 x 5 format (25 dots/well), which allows 10 analytes to be measured in duplicate: double-stranded DNA (dsDNA), centromere protein B (CENP-B), PCNA, Sm, Sm ribonucleoprotein (Sm-RNP), U1-snRNP, Scl70, SSA/Ro, SSB/La, Jo-1, and controls. The test fluid, control sera, and subsequent reagents are drawn through the membrane. The captured analytes are quantified by monitoring chemiluminescence with a charge-coupled device (CCD) and analyzed with commercial array software. The assay can detect
    Fait partie de: Clinical chemistry, May 2008, Vol.54(5), pp.883-90
    Identifiant: 0009-9147 (ISSN); 18356243 Version (PMID); 10.1373/clinchem.2007.098418 (DOI)

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    Dual specificity antibodies using a double-stranded oligonucleotide bridge

    Chaudri, Zahida N, Bartlet-Jones, Michael, Panayotou, George, Klonisch, Thomas, Roitt, Ivan M, Lund, Torben, Delves, Peter J
    FEBS letters, 1999, Vol.450(1), pp.23-26 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]