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TitleImmune Mechanisms in Renal Disease [electronic resource] / edited by Nancy B. Cummings, Alfred F. Michael, Curtis B. Wilson
ImprintBoston, MA : Springer US, 1983
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Descript XXVIII, 564 p. online resource


1 Functional Organization of the Glomerulus: Presence of Glycosaminoglycans (Proteoglycans) in the Glomerular Basement Membrane -- 2 Mechanisms of Glomerular Permselectivity -- 3 The Molecular Structure of Basement Membranes as It Relates to Function -- 4 Glomerular Basement Membrane Antigens -- 5 Physiologic Approaches to the Mechanisms of Glomerular Immune Injury -- 6 Physical Interactions between Macromolecules and the Glomerular Filter -- 7 Pathologic and Functional Correlations in the Glomerulopathies -- 8 Glomerular Mesangium: Introductory Remarks -- 9 The Influence of Hemodynamic Factors upon Mesangial Kinetics of Macromolecules -- 10 Deposition and Removal of Glomerular Immune Complexes: Relationships to the Mononuclear Phagocyte System -- 11 LCM Virus Infection and Nephritis -- 12 Diabetic Nephropathy: Relevance of Animal Models to the Understanding of Pathological Processes in Immune Renal Disease -- 13 Characterization of Rat Glomerular Cells in Vitro -- 14 Culture of Human Glomerular Cells -- 15 Immunochemical and Biochemical Studies of Human Glomerular Cells in Culture -- 16 Results of Immune Complex Detection in Glomerular Diseases -- 17 Nephritogenic Immune Responses Involving Basement Membrane and Other Antigens in or of the Glomerulus -- 18 Autoimmune Disease Induced in Rabbits by Administration of Mercuric Chloride: Evidence Suggesting a Role for Antigens of the Connective Tissue Matrix -- 19 Experimental Autoimmune Renal Tubulointerstitial Disease -- 20 Experimental and Human Anti-Tubular Basement Membrane Nephritis -- 21 Autoimmunity to Tamm-Horsfall Protein -- 22 Renal Antigens in Experimental Immune Complex Glomerulonephritis -- 23 Mechanisms of Proteinuria Induced by Antikidney Antibodies in Noninflammatory Experimental Glomerulonephropathy -- 24 The Pathogenesis of Autologous Immune Complex Glomerulonephritis in Rats -- 25 Immunopathogenesis of Murine SLE -- 26 Studies on Detection of Nephritogenic Immune Complexes -- 27 The Significance of Cryoimmunoglobulinemia in Immunologically Mediated Kidney Diseases -- 28 Relationship of Serum Cryoglobulins and Their Composition to Glomerulonephritis in Systemic Lupus Erythematosus -- 29 Cryoprecipitable Immunoglobulins with Native DNA Reactivity in the Glomerulopathies -- 30 The Role of Streptococcal and Glomerular Basement Membrane Antigens in Glomerulonephritis -- 31 The Contact (Hageman Factor) System in Inflammation -- 32 The Function of the Reticuloendothelial System in Autoimmune Disease -- 33 A Role of Mononuclear Phagocytes in Immunologically Induced Glomerulonephritis -- 34 Genetic Structure of the HLA Region and Implication for Function -- 35 Genetic Defects of the Complement Pathways: Relationship to HLA and Disease -- 36 Complement Abnormalities in Allergy and the Nephrotic Syndrome -- 37 Immunogenetic Aspects of Glomerulonephritis -- 38 Autoantibodies in Systemic Lupus Erythematosus -- 39 Serological Studies of Antibodies Reactive with RNA and RNA-Protein Antigens -- 40 Modulation of Autoimmunity by Sex Hormones -- 41 Thymic and T-Cell Function in Murine and Human Lupus -- 42 Immune Regulatory Abnormalities in Systemic Lupus Erythematosus

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