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. Dendritic Cell in Vivo: Phenotype and Function

    1. T. Sornasse, V. Flamand, G. De Becker, K. Thielemans, J. Urbain, O. Leo et al.
      Pages 299-303
    2. Eric Claassen, Theo Thepen, Karin Hoeben, John Brevé, Georg Kraal
      Pages 305-310
    3. Mikihiro Shamoto, Satoru Hosokawa, Masanori Shinzato, Chiyuki Kaneko
      Pages 311-314
    4. S. Hill, S. C. Knight, S. Griffiths, I. Kimber
      Pages 315-320
    5. Marsetyawan Soesatyo, Theo Thepen, Muhammad Ghufron, Jeike Biewenga, Taede Sminia
      Pages 321-326
    6. G. Gordon MacPherson, Liming Liu
      Pages 327-332
  2. Follicular Dendritic Cells: Physiology and Pathology

    1. Ernst Heinen, Rikyia Tsunoda, Christian Marcoty, Nadine Antoine, Alain Bosseloir, Nadine Cormann et al.
      Pages 333-338
    2. Yutaka Imai, Kunihiko Maeda, Mitsunori Yamakawa, Yasuaki Karube, Mikio Matsuda, Michio Dobashi et al.
      Pages 339-344
    3. Louk H. P. M. Rademakers, Henk-Jan Schuurman
      Pages 353-358
    4. Louk H.P.M. Rademakers, Jack F. de Frankrijker, Henk-Jan Schuurman
      Pages 359-363
    5. Rikiya Tsunoda, Katsuya Miyake, Kazunori Suzuki, Hirooki Okamura, Naonori Sugai, Masayuki Nakayama et al.
      Pages 365-370
    6. T. Kasajima, A. Andoh, Y. Takeo, T. Nishikawa
      Pages 371-376
    7. Kikuyoshi Yoshida, Timo K. van den Berg, Christine D. Dijkstra
      Pages 377-382
    8. Zoher F. Kapasi, Andras K. Szakal, Gregory F. Burton, John G. Tew, Leonard D. Shultz
      Pages 383-386
    9. Gerrit Koopman, Robert M. J. Keehnen, Steven T. Pals
      Pages 387-392
    10. E. Peter Rieber, Gerti Rank, Ingrid Köhler, Susanne Krauss
      Pages 393-398
    11. Kunihiko Maeda, Mikio Matsuda, Masaru Narabayashi, Ryuichi Nagashia, Noriyuki Degawa, Yutaka Imai
      Pages 399-404
    12. Piet Joling, Peter Biberfeld, Henk K. Parmentier, Dick F. van Wichen, Timo Meerloo, Louk H. P. M. Rademakers et al.
      Pages 405-409
    13. Akihiro Masuda, Gregory F. Burton, Bruse A. Fuchs, Andras K. Szakal, John G. Tew
      Pages 411-416
    14. Yvonne J. Rosenberg, Marie H. Kosco, Mark G. Lewis, Enrique C. Leon, Jack J. Greenhouse, Kyle E. Bieg et al.
      Pages 417-423
    15. Christian Marcoty, Ernst Heinen, Nadine Antoine, Rikiya Tsunoda, L. J. Simar
      Pages 425-429
    16. Isabelle Maneini, Alain Bosseloir, Elisabeth Hooghe-Peters, Ernst Heinen, Léon Simar
      Pages 431-436
    17. J. Weston, B. M. Balfour, W. Tsohas, N. English, J. Farrant, A. D. B. Webster
      Pages 437-441
    18. Nadine Antoine, Ernst Heinen, Christian Marcoty, Alain Bosseloir, Léon Simar
      Pages 449-453
    19. Piet Joling, Leendert J. Bakker, Dick F. van Wichen, Loek de Graaf, Timo Meerloo, Maarten R. Visser et al.
      Pages 455-460
    20. John G. Tew, Gregory F. Burton, Leo I. Kupp, Andras Szakal
      Pages 461-465
  3. Panel Discussion on Dendritic Cell Nomenclature

    1. A. H. Warfel, G. J. Thorbecke, D. V. Belsito
      Pages 469-480
    2. Elisabeth C. M. Hoefsmit, Joanne M. S. Arkema, Michiel G. H. Betjes, Carin E. G. Havenith, Ellen van Vugt, Robert H. J. Beelen et al.
      Pages 481-486
    3. Elisabeth C. M. Hoefsmit
      Pages 487-488
  4. Dendritic Cells in Clinical Immunology

    1. Jonathan M. Austyn
      Pages 489-494
    2. B. V. Gaudecker, R. Petersen, M. Epstein, J. Kaden, H. Oesterwitz
      Pages 495-499
    3. Justin A. Roake, Abdul S. Rao, Christian P. Larsen, Deborah F. Hankins, Peter J. Morris, Jonathan M. Austyn
      Pages 501-506
    4. Abdul S. Rao, Justin A. Roake, Christian P. Larsen, Deborah F. Hankins, Peter J. Morris, Jonathan M. Austyn
      Pages 507-512
    5. Jihed Chehimi, Kesh Prakash, Vedapuri Shanmugam, Stephanie J. Jackson, Santu Bandyopadhyay, Stuart E. Starr
      Pages 521-526
    6. V. Krenn, J. Müller, W. Mosgöller, S. Czub, C. Schindler, C. Stahl-Hennig et al.
      Pages 527-531
    7. Mary S. Roberts, Jennifer J. Harvey, Steven E. Macatonia, Stella C. Knight
      Pages 533-537
    8. Andrea M. R. von Stemm, Julia Ramsauer, Klara Tenner-Racz, Heidemarie F. Schmidt, Irma Gigli, Paul Racz
      Pages 539-544
    9. Stella C. Knight, Steven E. Macatonia, Kennedy Cruickshank, Peter Rudge, Steven Patterson
      Pages 545-549
    10. Leonard W. Poulter, George Janossy
      Pages 551-555
    11. Patrick G. Holt
      Pages 557-562
    12. K. Alun Brown, Frances LeRoy, Penelope A. Bedford, Stella C. Knight, Dudley C. Dumonde
      Pages 563-569
    13. Carin E. G. Havenith, Annette J. Breedijk, Wim Calame, Robert H. J. Beelen, Elisabeth C. M. Hoefsmit
      Pages 571-575
    14. Jan Maarten W. van Haarst, Harm J. de Wit, Hemmo A. Drexhage, Henk C. Hoogsteden
      Pages 577-580
    15. Andrew J. Stagg, Arthur Stackpoole, William J. Elsley, Stella C. Knight
      Pages 581-586

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.


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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
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-1-4613-6272-2
  • Online ISBN 978-1-4615-2930-9
  • Series Print ISSN 0065-2598
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