Dendritic Cells in Fundamental and Clinical Immunology

  • Eduard W. A. Kamperdijk
  • Paul Nieuwenhuis
  • Elisabeth C. M. Hoefsmit

Part of the Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology book series (AEMB, volume 329)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xvi
  2. Dendritic cells: Antigen Presentation, Accessory Function and Clinical Relevance

    1. Ralph M. Steinman, Margit Witmer-Pack, Kayo Inaba
      Pages 1-9
  3. Cellular and Molecular Biology of Antigen Presentation

    1. Joanne M. S. Arkema, Inge L. Schadee-Eestermans, Donna M. Broekhuis-Fluitsma, Elisabeth C. M. Hoefsmit
      Pages 17-21
    2. Gernot Gradehandt, Johannes Hampl, Nadja Kleber, Christina Lobron, Silke Milbradt, Burkhard Schmidt et al.
      Pages 23-27
    3. Ursula Neiß, Konrad Reske, Detlef Becker, Jürgen Knop
      Pages 29-34
    4. Sharifah Iqball, Penelope Bedford, Stella Knight, Reshma Bhatt, Peter Borriello
      Pages 41-46
    5. Michael P. Everson, William J. Koopman, Kenneth W. Beagley
      Pages 47-52
    6. Philip D. King, Mohammad A. A. Ibrahim, David R. Katz
      Pages 53-58
    7. Derek N. J. Hart, Timothy C. R. Prickett
      Pages 65-69
    8. Victoria L. Calder, Timothy C. R. Prickett, Judith L. McKenzie, Derek N. J. Hart
      Pages 81-85
    9. Marc K. Jenkins, Dimuthu R. DeSilva, Julia G. Johnson, Steven D. Norton
      Pages 87-92
  4. Antigen Presenting Cells in T Cell Regulation and Repertoire Selection

    1. Hui Xu, Ulrike Friedrichs, Robert K. H. Gieseler, Jörg Ruppert, J. Hinrich Peters, Göran Ocklind
      Pages 93-98
    2. Joanna Ellis, Mohammed A. A. Ibrahim, Benjamin M. Chain, David R. Katz
      Pages 99-104
    3. Michal Dabrowski, Mohammad A. A. Ibrahim, Benjamin M. Chain, David R. Katz
      Pages 105-110
    4. Erna van Wilsem, John Brevé, Georg Kraal, Ingrid van Hoogstraten, Huub Savelkoul
      Pages 111-115
    5. Michiel G. H. Betjes, Cees W. Tuk, Robert H. J. Beelen
      Pages 117-122
    6. Robert H. J. Beelen, Ellen van Vugt, Joke J. E. Steenbergen, Michiel G. H. Betjes, Carin E. G. Havenith, Eduard W. A. Kamperdijk
      Pages 123-127
    7. Ellen van Vugt, Marina A. M. Verdaasdonk, Eduard W. A. Kamperdijk, Robert H. J. Beelen
      Pages 129-134
    8. Marja van Eggermond, Marijke Lambert, Françoise Mascart, Etienne Dupont, Peter van den Elsen
      Pages 135-140
    9. Ed W. A. Kamperdijk, Joanne M. S. Arkema, Marina A. M. Verdaasdonk, Robert H. J. Beelen, Ellen van Vugt
      Pages 141-146
    10. María Purificacion Bañuls, Alberto Alvarez, Isabel Ferrero, Agustín Zapata, Carlos Ardavin
      Pages 147-152
    11. Eric J. de Waal, Henk-Jan Schuurman, Louk H. P. M. Rademakers, Henk van Loveren
      Pages 153-157
    12. David J. Izon, John D. Nieland, Lori A. Jones, Ada M. Kruisbeek
      Pages 159-164
  5. Dendritic Cells: IN Vitro Phenotype and Function

    1. Una O’Doherty, William J. Swiggard, Yasunori Yamaguchi, Iris Kopeloff, Nina Bhardwaj, Ralph M. Steinman et al.
      Pages 165-172
    2. Stuart E Starr, Santu Bandyopadhyay, Vedapuri Shanmugam, Nassef Hassan, Steven Douglas, Stephanie J. Jackson et al.
      Pages 173-178
    3. Jan Damoiseaux, Ed Döpp, Marina Verdaasdonk, Ed Kamperdijk, Christine Dijkstra
      Pages 179-184
    4. Miriam A. Ossevoort, René E. M. Toes, Cornelis J. M. Melief, W. Martin Kast, Marloes L. H. De Bruijn, Carl G. Figdor
      Pages 185-189
    5. Gertrud Rossi, Markus Schmitt, Martin Owsianowski, Harald Gollnick, Bernhard Thiele
      Pages 191-198
    6. Caetano Reis e Sousa, Jonathan M. Austyn
      Pages 199-204
    7. J. Péguet- Navarro, C. Dalbiez-Gauthier, C. Dezutter-Dambuyant, D. Schmitt.
      Pages 205-208
    8. Corinne Moulon, Josette Péguet-Navarro, Daniel Schmitt, Pascal Courtellemont, Gérard Redziniak
      Pages 209-212
    9. Akira Senoo, Nobuo Imazeki, Yoshifusa Matsuura, Yusuke Fuse
      Pages 219-224
    10. Hanna Galkowska, Waldemar L. Olszewski
      Pages 225-230
    11. Susanne Krauss, Elfriede Mayer, Gerti Rank, E. Peter Rieber
      Pages 231-236
    12. Oliver Kilgus, Binghe Wang, Armin Rieger, Birgit Osterhoff, Dieter Maurer, Dagmar Födinger et al.
      Pages 237-241
    13. Gerold Schuler, Franz Koch, Christine Heufler, Eckhart Kämpgen, Gerda Topar, Nikolaus Romani
      Pages 243-249
  6. Dendritic Cell in Vivo: Phenotype and Function

    1. William E. Bowers, Shengqiang Yu, Syeedur Khandkar
      Pages 251-255
    2. William Egner, Judith L. McKenzie, Stewart M. Smith, Michael E. J. Beard, Derek N. J. Hart
      Pages 263-268
    3. Christoph Scheicher, Maria Mehlig, Reinhard Zecher, Konrad Reske, Friedrich Seiler, Petra Hintz-Obertreis
      Pages 269-273
    4. J. Hinrich Peters, Hui Xu, Dorothea Ostermeier, Detlef Friedrichs, Robert K. H. Gieseler, Jörg Ruppert
      Pages 275-280
    5. Jörg Ruppert, Dorothea Ostermeier, J. Hinrich Peters, Christiane Schütt
      Pages 281-286

About this book


These Proceedings contain the contributions of the participants of the Second International Symposium on Dendritic Cells that was held from the 1st to 25th of June 1992 in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. The First International Symposium on Dendritic Cells was organized as a Satellite symposium at the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the Japanese Reticuloendothelial Society by Dr. Y. Imai in Yamagata (Japan), in 1990. It was entitled "Dendritic Cells in Lymphoid Tissues," and focused primarily on the Interdigitating Cells (IDC), Epidermal Langerhans cells (LC) and Follicular Dendritic Cells (FDC) , from the point of view of human pathology. However, the concept of Dendritic Cell System, comprising the bone marrow derived IDC and LC but not the FDC, was based on animal experiments and mainly on in vitro experiments on isolated cells. In a report from the Reticuloendothelial Society Committee on Nomenclature in 1982, Tew, Thorbecke and Steinman had already characterized these different types of DC, but the gap between in vivo and in vitro function remained. In Amsterdam, the Symposium focused on the Role of Dendritic Cells in Fundamental and Clinical Immunology. First, recent developments in molecular biology of antigen presentation and cell biological aspects of signal transduction were discussed, in relation to the potential of DC to stimulate lymphocytes and to trigger their in vitro differentiation.


Antigen antigen presentation biology cell development lymphocytes molecular biology pathology society system tissue

Editors and affiliations

  • Eduard W. A. Kamperdijk
    • 1
  • Paul Nieuwenhuis
    • 2
  • Elisabeth C. M. Hoefsmit
    • 1
  1. 1.Vrije UniversiteitAmsterdamThe Netherlands
  2. 2.University of GroningenGroningenThe Netherlands

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  • Copyright Information Plenum Press, New York 1993
  • Publisher Name Springer, Boston, MA
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  • Print ISBN 978-1-4613-6272-2
  • Online ISBN 978-1-4615-2930-9
  • Series Print ISSN 0065-2598
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