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Browsing by Author "Bjune, Gunnar Aksel"

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Browsing by Author "Bjune, Gunnar Aksel"

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  • Wiker, Harald G.; Mustafa, Tehmina; Bjune, Gunnar Aksel; Harbo, Morten (Journal article; Peer reviewed, BioMed Central, 2010-02-23)
    Background To investigate how the risk of active tuberculosis disease is influenced by time since original infection and to determine whether the risk of reactivation of tuberculosis increases or decreases with ...
  • Mustafa, Tehmina; Bjune, Gunnar Aksel; Jonsson, Roland; Pando, R. Hernandez; Nilsen, Rune (Journal article; Peer reviewed, Blackwell Science Ltd, 2001-12)
    To study the location and mechanism of apoptosis within the human tuberculosis (TB) and leprosy lesions, parallel sections were analyzed for mycobacterial antigens (M.Ag), Fas ligand (FasL), Fas, CD68 and Mac387 by ...
  • Mustafa, Tehmina; Phyu, S.; Nilsen, Rune; Jonsson, Roland; Bjune, Gunnar Aksel (Journal article; Peer reviewed, Blackwell Science Ltd, 2000-06)
    The cellular phenotypes and the expression of cytokines were studied in the lungs of mice, using immunohistochemistry, during different phases of slowly progressive primary murine tuberculosis infection. During the first ...
  • Phyu, S.; Mustafa, Tehmina; Hofstad, T.; Nilsen, Rune; Fosse, R.; Bjune, Gunnar Aksel (Journal article; Peer reviewed, Taylor and Francis Ltd., 1998-06)
    The aim of the study was to establish a reproducible murine model for latent tuberculosis. We propose an operational definition of latent murine tuberculosis as a stable Mycobacterium tuberculosis count in lungs and spleens ...
  • Mustafa, Tehmina; Phyu, S.; Nilsen, Rune; Jonsson, Roland; Bjune, Gunnar Aksel (Journal article; Peer reviewed, Blackwell Publishing, Inc., 1999-08)
    The progression from primary Mycobacterium tuberculosis infection to disease is usually slow in humans. The aim of this study was to develop and characterize a mouse model for slowly progressive primary tuberculosis, using ...

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