Bibliography of the current world literature

Bibliography of the current world literature

Bibliography This bibliography of the current world literature is compiled by immunologists from the journals entered into our database between 1s...

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Bibliography This bibliography

of the current world literature

is compiled by immunologists

from the journals

entered into our database between 1st August two and a half months references

after publication).

were obtained from

In addition, the bibliography

a variety

period and the time of going to press.

listed at the end of this publication.

1991 and 31st July 1992 (articles are generally

of bibliographic The bibliography



every paper annotated

and published

has been grouped

It is based on literature

added to the database about by reviewers;

between the beginning

into topics that



of the review reviews

in this


of the

to the

issue. ??Papers considered ??O Papers considered The number

in square brackets following

by the reviewers

to be of special interest.

by the reviewers

to be of outstanding

a selected paper, e.g. 171, refers to its number corresponding

interest. in the annotated


Contents Autoimmunity

Rheumatoid arthritis, Sjagren’s syndrome and other


B-cell tolerance


rheumatic diseases

T-cell tolerance


Thyroid autoimmunity









genes in autoimmune


Transgenes in autoimmunity T-cell subsets in autoimmunity


Systemic lupus erythematosus and vasculitis


Atopic allergy and other hypersensitivities

B-cell responses in autoimmune


Cellular and chemical mediators of allergy




interaction in autoimmunity


Cytokines in autoimmunity


Multiple sclerosis and experimental allergic



Lymphocyte responses in allergy


IgE and its receptors


Tissue specific allergy




Autoimmunity B-cell tolerance Review: (pp 703-710) ARMITAGE RJ, F&wow

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J, IIESSE S, PALMITERRD, BRL’%,EK RL, SHERMANL: Peripheral Tolerance to an Islet CeUspecUic Hemagglutinln Transgene Affects Both CD4 + and CDS + Cells. Eur J /mmund 1992 22:10131022 [le]. MhON DY. JONES M. GOODNOW CC Development . and FoUicular Localization of Tolerant B Lymphocytes in LysozyrwAnti-lysozyme IgM/IgD Ttansgenic Mice. Inr lmmund 1992, 4.163175. [9]. ,WR,NO R, Fos.u, l, IxOUR M, Lzlil b. Selective . Autoantibody I’I-oduction by Yaa + B Cells in Yaa + -Yaa Bone Marrow Chime& Mice. I Em Med 1!391.174:102~1029 1451 MONGIN PKA. BLESSLNGERCA HIGHET PF. LNMANJK . Membrane Igrd-mediated Signaling of Human B Cells. J lmmunol191)2,148:3892%3901. (141. VW.%.+?+ M, TXIBATA T, OKAMOTO M. SHlMlZU A, . . K,,MAc~&Ib, lhl,,~~ I,, HONJO T Antigen-induced Apoptotic Death of Ly-1 B Cells Responsible for Autolmmune Disease in Transgenic Mke. Nature 1992, 357:7%3a Ill]. NEMAZEED, Gunr C, BUEKI K, MARSHAKRo’,‘“n’~m A B ?? Lymphocytes from the Autoimmune-prone MC.“%?strain MBL/lpr Manifest an Intrinsic Defect in Tetraparental MlU/Spr< - > DBA/2 Chimeras., Immunol1991, 14725362539 [31]. NEMAZEED. RUSSEu D, ARNOLD B, HAMMERUNGG. x4u.1~0~ J. . MIUER JFAP, MORM~ANG, BUERKl K Clonal Deletion of Autospecffic B Lymphocytes. lmmunol Rcw 1931 122:117-132. [l]. XOFLF R. SNOW EC: T Helwr Cells. Curr @in lmmunol ilo D, FwxDw


tolerance in Anerglc B Lymphocytes. Nature 19??1. 352.532-536 171. HARTLEYSB, CRC&j, BRINK R, KANTOR AA, BASIN A, . GOODNOW cc: EuminaUon from Peripheral Lymphold Tissues of Self-reactive B lymphocytes Recognhbtg Membrane-bound Antipens. Nafure 1991. 353:76>769 131. HENGAL&& MO, ELIS RE, HORXI-Z. HR Cae%rhabdiUs . Blegans Gene CercY Protects Cell.9 ftotn rmed Cell Death. Nature 1992,356.494 499 ITOH N, YONEHARA S, IS”,, & SAMESHIMA M, HASE A, SETO Y, . NAGATA S. The Polypeptide Encoded by the CDNA for Human Cell Surface Antigen Pas can Mediate Apoptosls. CeN 1991.66233243 [27]. JC, JEMMEIIX)N R Toletance Induction in JOHNSON . Resting Memory B Cells SpcciBc for a Protein Antlgett. J lmmunol1992, 14&2682-2689.1171. KARYEUSM, NOSSM GJV Memory Cell Generation . Ablated by Soluble F’rotein Antigen by Means of EBkcts on T- and B-lymphocyte Compartments. Pmc NaflAcadsCi USi 161, 89:315Mli4.]21]. KATAGIR~T. AZUUA S. TOYODA Y. MOK S. K&w K. COHEN PI+ EISENBERG RA Tevapvcn tal Mice Reveal Complex Cellular lntenxtiotw of the Mutant, Autoimmunity-lnduclng &r Gene. , fmmunol 1992,148:43c-i38. [rjo]. - LINTON P. RUDIE A KIJNMAN NIL Tolerance SusceotibUitv of Newly Generating klemoty B Cells. / immun&1991, 146:409’+4104 [23]. ,111Y, MASON DY, JOHNSON GD, ABBOT S, GREGORY CD, . HAFZXE DL, GORDON J, MACLEM KM: Gaminal center Cells express ncl-2 Drotein after Activ-atlon by SigmaIs Wbkh Prevent TheIt Entry into Apoptosls. EurJImmund1991, 21.1905-1910.




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ST~MENKOVIL 1. LEDBETTER JA, ARUFFO A A 39-w Protein on Activated Helper T Cells Binds CD40 and Transduces the