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         Graft Vs Host Disease:     more books (19)
  1. Graft-Vs.-Host Disease: Immunology, Pathophysiology, and Treatment (Hematology) by Steven J. Burakoff, 1990-07
  2. Graft vs. Host Disease, Third Edition
  3. Graft-vs.-Host Disease: An entry from Gale's <i>Gale Encyclopedia of Medicine, 3rd ed.</i> by J., MD Polsdorfer, 2006
  4. Gale Encyclopedia of Cancer: Graft-vs.-host disease by M.S. Jill Granger, 2002-01-01
  5. Immunosuppressive Tx may get boost from adjunctive use of ECP. (Promising for Graft-vs.-Host Disease).(extracorporeal photophoresis ): An article from: Skin & Allergy News by Mitchel L. Zoler, 2003-07-01
  6. Gale Encyclopedia of Medicine: Graft-vs.-host disease by J. Ricker Polsdorfer MD, 2002-01-01
  7. Graft-vs.-host disease: An entry from Thomson Gale's <i>Gale Encyclopedia of Cancer, 2nd ed.</i> by J., M.D. Polsdorfer, Jill, M.S. Granger, 2006
  8. Graft vs. Host Disease, Third Edition by James Ferrara, 1980
  9. Chronic Graft Versus Host Disease: Interdisciplinary Management
  10. Graft-Versus-host Disease (Medical Intelligence Unit) by Ph.D., M.D. Nelson J. Chao, 1999-03-15
  11. Talking Points in Dermatology - I (New Clinical Applications: Dermatology) (No. 1)
  12. Practical Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation
  13. Clinical and Diagnostic Pathology of Graft-versus-Host Disease by Berno Heymer, 2002-05-03
  14. Clinical evidence of autologous graft versus tumor effect.(Report): An article from: American Journal of Immunology by Luis F. Porrata, 2009-01-01

81. JDRF Center For Islet Transplantation At HMS
A and Sykes M. Interleukin12 preserves the graft-vs-leukemia effect of allogeneicCD8 T cells while inhibiting CD4-dependent graft-vs-host disease in mice.

82. Bryon A. Johnson, PhD
of allogeneic bone marrow transplantation (BMT) still relate to the immunobiologyof donorrecipient interactions, principally graft-vs-host disease (GVHD) and

83. Robert L. Truitt, Ph.D.
Mechanisms in Successful Therapy of graftvs-host disease with MonoclonalAntibodies (NCI 5 R01 CA39854) IN graft-vs-host disease.

84. NEJM -- Graft-Versus-Host Disease In Children Who Have Received A Cord-Blood Or
stemcell transplantation may lower the risk of graft-versus-host disease (GVHD bloodwere younger than recipients of bone marrow (median age, 5 years vs.
HOME SEARCH CURRENT ISSUE PAST ISSUES ... HELP Volume 342:1846-1854 June 22, 2000 Number 25 Next Graft-Versus-Host Disease in Children Who Have Received a Cord-Blood or Bone Marrow Transplant from an HLA-Identical Sibling
Vanderson Rocha, M.D., John E. Wagner, M.D., Kathleen A. Sobocinski, M.S., John P. Klein, Ph.D., Mei-Jie Zhang, Ph.D., Mary M. Horowitz, M.D., Eliane Gluckman, M.D., for The Eurocord and International Bone Marrow Transplant Registry Working Committee on Alternative Donor and Stem Cell Sources Table of Contents Full Text of this article PDF of this article Editors' Summaries ... Related Articles in Medline Articles in Medline by Author: Rocha, V. Medline Citation Child Health
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ABSTRACT Background Umbilical-cord blood as an alternative to bone marrow for hematopoietic stem-cell transplantation may lower the risk of graft-versus-host disease (GVHD). Methods We studied the records of 113 recipients of cord blood from HLA-identical siblings from the period from 1990 through 1997 and compared them with the records of 2052 recipients of bone marrow from HLA-identical siblings during the same period.

85. News Release From UT Southwestern: Researchers Discover Thymus Gland Plays Role
Many of those patients develop graftvs.-host disease, in which the new donor-derivedimmune system recognizes the recipient's body as foreign.

86. Immunologic Diseases
Articles targeted at the general public on allergy and asthma, graftvs-host diseases, immune deficiency diseases and autoimmune diseases. Also contains information on how the immune system works.
50 YEARS NIAID HOMEPAGE INFECTIOUS DISEASES IMMUNOLOGIC DISEASES AIDS ... NIH HOMEPAGE T he immune system is a complex network of specialized cells and organs. When it malfunctions, it can cause a wide array of problems. Scientists are making great strides in detecting, treating, and preventing disorders of the immune system.
T Cell The healthy T cell is one type of immune system cell.
How does the immune system work? Allergy and Asthma
Usually harmless substances can provoke inappropriate immune responses. Graft-vs-Host Disease
Transplantation of tissues and organs can cause life-threatening reactions in recipients. Immune Deficiency Diseases
These diseases can be inherited or result from infections or drug treatments. Autoimmune Diseases
The immune system mistakenly attacks the body. Looking Ahead
Gene therapy and improved transplant procedures. IMAGE CREDIT

87. Lymphohematopoietic Graft-vs.-Host Reactions Without GVHD
Lymphohematopoietic graftvs.-host reactions can be induced without graft-vs.-hostdisease in murine mixed chimeras established with a cyclophosphamide-based$96

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Lymphohematopoietic Graft-vs.-Host Reactions without GVHD
Lymphohematopoietic graft-vs.-host reactions can be induced without graft-vs.-host disease in murine mixed chimeras established with a cyclophosphamide-based nonmyeloablative conditioning regimen Michele R. Pelot, Denise A. Pearson, Kirsten Swenson, Guiling Zhao, Jessica Sachs, Yong-Guang Yang, Megan Sykes 5.3.Pelot Carden Jennings Publishing Co., Ltd. Current Edition
Biology of Blood and Marrow Transplantation Laboratory Hematology Blood and Marrow Transplantation Reviews Heart Surgery Forum

88. GVHD
graft versus host disease is really two different diseases. An early formof graftversus-host disease is called acute graft-versus-host disease.
More Information about GVHD
Graft versus host disease is really two different diseases. An early form of Graft-versus-Host disease is called acute Graft-versus-Host disease. It occurs immediately after the transplant when the white cells rise. A late form of Graft-versus-Host disease also occurs. This is called chronic Graft-versus-Host disease. The signs and symptoms of these two diseases differ and they will be discussed separately. Graft-versus-Host disease is caused by the T-lymphocyte (or T cell), a type of white cell, recognizing the patient as being foreign. The T-cells are harvested with the bone marrow graft from the donor and transferred in the graft. T-cells normally help protect the body from infections. When a T-cell from the donor realizes it is in a new body it can attack the new body (the patient) as being foreign, based on a set of genetic markers or cells called human leukocyte antigens (HLA). We know that there are many minor markers that differ between donors and patients except when the patient and donor are identical twins. Before a transplant, extensive typing of the donor and recipient take place to try to make sure, as best we can, that donor and recipient are very closely matched. Chronic Graft-versus-Host disease is the late form of Graft-versus-Host disease and usually is seen two to three months after the transplant. The symptoms of chronic Graft-versus-Host disease resemble many spontaneously occurring auto immune disorders, such as lupus or scleroderma. Most patients with chronic Graft-versus-Host disease develop skin and mouth problems. Initially patients develop a dry, itchy rash which is raised. Many patients describe this pebbly rash as like alligator skin. If the Graft-versus-Host disease persists, the skin may become thickened. Areas of increased and decreased skin color may occur. There also may be hair loss, decrease in sweating in the skin, and premature greying of the hair related to chronic Graft-versus-Host disease.

89. Graft Versus Host Disease Links From GrannyBarb And Art's Leukemia Links
Preventing Opportunistic Infections After Hematopoietic Stem Cell TransplantationThe Centers for disease Control and Prevention, Infectious diseases Society
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    92. HONselect - Immunologic Diseases
    Accepted term(s) Immunological diseases -disease, Immunologic -disease, Immunological-diseases, Immunologic. Cross Reference(s) Blood Protein Disorders,
    HONselect: Introduction Search Browse Favourites List of Rare Disease add HONselect Contents on "Immunologic Diseases": MeSH hierarchy and definition Research Articles Web resources Medical Images Medical News Medical Conferences Clinical Trials Wondering about the holiday blues! MeSH Hierarchy English French German Spanish Portuguese MeSH Broader term(s) Diseases
    Immunologic Diseases MeSH definition Disorders caused by abnormal or absent immunologic mechanisms, whether humoral, cell-mediated or both.
    Subheadings : complications / diagnosis / embryology / epidemiology / etiology / metabolism / microbiology / surgery / therapy
    MeSH Narrow term(s) Autoimmune Diseases Blood Group Incompatibility Hypersensitivity Immunologic Deficiency Syndromes Immunoproliferative Disorders Purpura, Thrombocytopenic Glomerulonephritis, Membranoproliferative Graft vs Host Disease Accepted term(s)
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