New horizons in animal models for autoimmune disease



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  • Autoimmune diseases -- Animal models -- Congresses,
  • Mice -- Immunology -- Congresses,
  • Autoimmune Diseases,
  • Disease Models, Animal

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Statementedited by Masahisa Kyogoku, Hans Wigzell.
ContributionsKyōgoku, Masahisa., Wigzell, Hans, 1938-
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LC ClassificationsRC600 .N48 1987
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Paginationix, 369 p. :
Number of Pages369
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Open LibraryOL2414138M
ISBN 100124311601
LC Control Number87072459

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that more than new cases of Lyme disease occur each year in the United States and that 10% to 20% of these patients will remain symptomatic despite receiving appropriate antibiotic elements of the disease are poorly understood and have generated considerable. This textbook, edited by Robert Lahita MD of Lupus textbook fame is a different approach to autoimmune diseases. The first part of the book offers an overview of the main aspects of immune response in basic science, while part 2 deals with the clinical aspects of that he dedicates 12 chapters to approaching the autoimmune diseases by the organ that they act s: 4. On one side, it is beneficial in wound healing and repair, whereas on the other side, it promotes tissue damage in neoplastic and inflammatory disorders. In fact, promoting angiogenesis in animal models of rheumatoid arthritis, lung inflammation, psoriasis, and atherosclerosis causes worsening of disease. Abstract. Companion animals, and especially dogs, have been studied as models of their counterpart human disorders for many decades. The large comparative data base that has accumulated includes defining the underling genetic predisposition and gene loci involved and is frequently used to implement new research findings and diagnostics, as well as management and treatment.

Some animals develop spontaneous autoimmune diseases, which have many similarities to human autoimmune diseases: i. New Zealand Black (NZB) mice, F1 hybrids of NZB mice, and New Zealand White (NZW) mice spontaneously develop an autoimmune disease that resembles human systemic lupus erythematous (SLE). Spasticity is a complicating sign in multiple sclerosis that also develops in a model of chronic relapsing experimental autoimmune encephalomyelitis (CREAE) in mice. In areas associated with nerve damage, increased levels of the endocannabinoids, anandamide (arachidonoylethanolamide, AEA) and 2-arac . This contract program supports the development and refinement of animal models and animal replacement technologies and provides in vivo preclinical testing services, ranging from screening and proof-of-concept to GLP efficacy studies. A variety of different animal models are used to study autoimmune disease. What have we learned? David, C. Lessons from animal models for human autoimmune diseases. Nat Immunol 2, –

Chemotherapy and Biotherapy Drugs for Autoimmune Disease: New Biotherapy Drugs and Older Chemotherapy Agents May Improve Quality of Life in Patients with Autoimmune Diseases By Thompson, Nancy E American Nurse Today, Vol. 8, No. 9, September Introduction. Parenteral administration of CD3-specific antibody induces an immunomodulatory effect in animal models of autoimmunity [] as well as in humans with autoimmune diabetes [2, 3].In addition, murine anti-CD3 monoclonal antibody (OKT3) is approved therapy for acute transplant rejection, although side effects, some of which can be severe, and the development of HAMA, limit its chronic. In , she established Hemopet, the first non-profit national blood bank program for animals. Today, Hemopet also runs Hemolife, an international veterinary specialty diagnostics service. Dr. Dodds has been a member of many committees on hematology, animal models of human disease . The use of animal models has also stimulated the development of new therapeutics that target neutrophil functions, such as NETosis, that may prove beneficial in human disease. This review will summarize neutrophil contributions in a number of murine autoimmune/inflammatory disease models.

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Author(s): Kyōgoku,Masahisa; Wigzell,Hans,; Japan Intractable Diseases Research Foundation. Title(s): New horizons in animal models for autoimmune disease/. Autoimmune hepatitis (AIH) is often diagnosed late in the disease course and usually requires lifelong immunosuppressive therapy.

Unfortunately, the etiology of the disease and the mechanisms leading to the autoimmune destruction of the liver parenchyma are only poorly understood.

For a long time, one reason for this lack of apprehension was the absence of reliable animal models with a chronic. Current Protocols in Immunology is a comprehensive source for protocols and overviews in the field of immunology including, in vivo and in vitro assays to study lymphocyte cells, the isolation and differentiation of stem and progenitor cells, flow cytometry and cell sorting, and animal models of infections disease.

The disease requires lifelong immunosuppression in most cases. Due to limited knowledge about the onset and course of disease, because of the late diagnosis, the limited availability of liver tissue and the required chronic immunosuppression with potentially severe side effects, there is strong need for suitable animal models that reflect AIH.

Animal models are used for the study of a number of human autoimmune diseases, including multiple sclerosis, diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis and systemic lupus erythematosis. Induced, spontaneous and genetically manipulated animal models can be described in terms of their parallels to human disease and as tools for the development of potential Cited by: 1.

A number of animal models are currently used to evaluate etiologic agents, influences of chemical exposure, and therapeutic efficacy for autoimmune diseases. While studies of autoimmune disease have been carried out in a wide variety of animals including primates, dogs, pigs, chickens, and rabbits, rodents are most commonly used for these.

Animal models of systemic human autoimmune disease have served us well for understanding autoimmunity. Human systemic autoimmune diseases are highly heterogeneous both at the clinical and pathogenic level to the point that we do not serve the field properly by lumping them along antedated criteria-counting approaches.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Models of autoimmune diseases. Copenhagen: Munksgaard, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: ISBN:   Animal models of systemic human autoimmune disease have served us well for understanding autoimmunity.

Human systemic autoimmune diseases are highly heterogeneous both at the clinical and pathogenic level to the point that we do not serve the field properly New horizons in animal models for autoimmune disease book lumping them along antedated criteria-counting approaches.

We have presented a critical review of the animal models. Nonetheless, animal models are at the core of autoimmune research, and a large body of literature reflects the many advances brought by these models in terms of deciphering disease mechanisms.

The relative lack of progress in certain human autoimmune diseases for which an animal model does not exist, such as neuropsychiatric lupus, corroborates.

Book Title. New horizons in animal models for autoimmune disease. Publisher. Academic Press. Editor. Kyogoku-M. Recommended Citation. Roths, J B., " Differential expression of murine autoimmunity and lymphoid hyperplasia determined by single genes." ().

Faculty Research - Animal models are used for the study of a number of human autoimmune diseases, including multiple sclerosis, diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis and systemic lupus erythematosis. Since publication of the 4th Edition of The Autoimmune Diseases inthe understanding of the immune mechanisms underlying autoimmunity and autoimmune disease has significantly deepened and broadened.

This fully revised 5th Edition incorporates new material and combines common themes underlying inductive and effector mechanisms and therapies that relate generally to the autoimmune disorders.

The prevalence of autoimmune diseases (ADs) in Western countries is estimated to be from 3–7%, and the treatment of severe, relapsing/refractory cases is still not satisfactory.

The concept of utilizing intense immunosuppression followed by allogeneic or even autologous hemolymphopoietic stem cells (HSCs) to treat AD is based on encouraging results in experimental animals and from. New Horizons in Animal Models for Autoimmune Disease.

Academic Press. pp Academic Press. pp (B2) In Situ detection of transcriptionally-active chromatin and genetic regulatory elements in individual viable mammalian cells. This book details specific animal models for a variety of autoimmune disorders. The contributors are recognized authorities who deal with the panoply of experimentally induced autoimmune disorders, including encephalomyelitis, allergic neuritis, uveoretinitis, myocarditis, and hepatitis.

The Autoimmune Diseases, Sixth Edition, emphasizes the "3 P’s" of 21st Century medicine: precision, prediction and prevention.

Topics cover the modern systems approach to biology that involves large amounts of personalized, ongoing physiologic data ("omics") coupled with advanced methods of analysis, new tests of genetic engineering, such as CRISPR, auto inflammatory diseases, autoimmune. Since publication of the Third Edition inthe understanding of the immune mechanisms underlying autoimmunity and autoimmune disease has significantly deepened and broadened.

This Fourth Edition incorporates new material and combines common themes underlying inductive and effector mechanisms and therapies that relate generally to the autoimmune disorders. The host's MHC genotype plays a critical role in susceptibility to autoimmune diseases.

We previously proposed that persis- tent fetal microchimerism from pregnancy contributes to the pathogenesis. In animal models of autoimmune thyroiditis, Interleukin 12 (IL) has been demonstrated to be another initiator of Th-1 mediated response against thyrocytes [50].

Considering the issue that IL induces further expression of IFN-[gamma], IL can be the primary initiator of the disease process [50,51]. New Horizons in the Treatment of Autoimmune Diseases: Immunoablation and Stem Cell Transplantation New Horizons in the Treatment of Autoimmune Diseases: Immunoablation and Stem Cell Transplantation Marmont, Alberto M.

The prevalence of autoimmune diseases (ADs) in Western countries is estimated to be from 3â 7%, and the treatment of severe. A healthy immune system defends the body against disease and infection.

But if the immune system malfunctions, it mistakenly attacks healthy cells, tissues, and organs. Called autoimmune disease, these attacks can affect any part of the body, weakening bodily function and even turning life-threatening.

Autoimmune disease models. San Diego: Academic Press, © (OCoLC) Online version: Autoimmune disease models. San Diego: Academic Press, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Irun R Cohen; Ariel Miller.

The successful transfer of disease with lymph node cells from immunized animals or with P2-specific T cell lines led to the assumption that GBS and CIDP are primarily T cell–mediated diseases (Hughes et al.

; Linington et al. This popular view has been challenged to some extent by the discovery of antiglycolipid Abs in GBS variants. We found 21 results for Autoimmune Disease Animal Models.

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Create a new account. Email or Customer ID. Returning user. Currently, animal models continue to be an effective and necessary tool for the generation of knowledge on most autoimmune diseases including RA. Currently the animal models are still the main link to understand how the immune system attacks its own components (cells or organs), as well as the evaluation of molecules with therapeutic objectives.

Autoimmune mechanisms are pathogenic in experimental and spontaneous animal models associated with the development of autoimmunity. Human autoantibodies can be directly pathogenic. Immune complexes are often associated with systemic autoimmune disease. Autoreactive B and T cells persist in normal subjects but in disease are selected.

There are many different types of autoimmune disease. These diseases can affect one, ten, one hundred. a million or more people. Learn more about some of them right here or visit their site for more information. Please note that this list includes both autoimmune disease and those conditions considered to be releated to autoimmune disease.

More than 80 diseases occur as a result of the immune system attacking the body’s own organs, tissues, and cells. Some of the more common autoimmune diseases include type 1 diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, systemic lupus erythematosus, and inflammatory bowel disease. Although the causes of many autoimmune diseases remain unknown, a person’s genes in combination with infections and other.

Title: Mouse Models of Autoimmune Diseases VOLUME: 6 ISSUE: 4 Author(s):Andreia Marques and Susen Muller Affiliation:Department of Dermatology, University of Lubeck, Ratzeburger AlleeLubeck, Germany.

Keywords:Autoimmunity, rheumatoid arthritis, multiple sclerosis, animal models, biological agents Abstract: Significant progress has been made in past decades in our understanding .The first spontaneous animal model of autoimmunitywas the New Zealand black mouse, discovered in Interestingly, although several models of induced autoimmunity were demonstrated in a variety of rodents, the recognition of autoimmune disease in dogs came somewhat later.

The role of the gut microbiome in models of inflammatory and autoimmune disease is now well characterized. Renewed interest in the human microbiome and its metabolites, as well as notable advances in host mucosal immunology, has opened multiple avenues of research to potentially modulate inflammatory responses.

The complexity and interdependence of these diet-microbe .