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Design of tumour-specific immunotherapies using dendritic cells – analyses of IL15-DC
(The University of Bergen, 2009-05-31)
Immunotherapy of malignancies aims at activating the patient’s own immune system to fight the tumour affecting the patient. Even though the use of dendritic cells (DC) has shown promising results, the DC vaccination strategy ...
Impaired vascular responses to parasympathetic nerve stimulation and muscarinic receptor activation in the submandibular gland in non-obese diabetic mice
(BioMed Central, 2009-02-06)
<p>Introduction Decreased vascular responses to salivary gland stimulation are observed in Sjögren's syndrome patients. We investigate whether impaired vascular responses to parasympathetic stimulation and muscarinic ...
Novel Points of Attack for Targeted Cancer Therapy
(WileyNordic Pharmacological Society, 2015-01)
New molecular insight reveals novel points of attack for targeted cancer therapy. The recent advances in cancer genomics and novel insight into the complex biology of cancer make the promise of personalized, targeted cancer ...
Chronic mild stress - an anmial model of depression : from behavior to molecules
(The University of Bergen, 2006-11-03)
Compomics-utilities: an open-source Java library for computational proteomics
(BioMed Central, 2011-03-08)
Background The growing interest in the field of proteomics has increased the demand for software tools and applications that process and analyze the resulting data. And even though the purpose of these tools can vary ...
Dendritic cells loaded with tumor antigens and a dual immunostimulatory and anti-IL-10 specific siRNA can prime T lymphocytes against leukemic cells
Vaccines using dendritic cells (DCs) harboring leukemic antigens to stimulate T cells is a possible treatment of acute myeloid leukemia (AML). Limitations of breaking tolerance to leukemic cells and lack of specific ...
Modulation of the Ago2-Associated microRNA Induced Silencing Complex during Long-Term Potentiation in the Rat Dentate Gyrus in Vivo
(The University of Bergen, 2012-05-30)
Synaptic plasticity is defined as the ability of a neuronal synapse to change in strength, and is believed to be the basis of learning and memory. An example of synaptic plasticity, by far the most studied, is long-term ...
Molecular composition and function of integrin-based collagen glues—Introducing COLINBRIs
<p>Background: Despite detailed knowledge about the structure and signaling properties of individual collagen receptors, much remains to be learned about how these receptors participate in linking cells to fibrillar ...
In vivo mapping of tumor microcirculation parameters using dynamic contrast enhanced MR imaging
(The University of Bergen, 2004)
Evaluation of Prebiotic and Probiotic Effects on the Intestinal Gut Microbiota and Histology of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.)
(OMICS Publishing Group, 2011)
In the present study the impact on gut microbiology and indigenous gut histology of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.) was investigated following feeding of a control and a prebiotic (EWOS prebiosal®) diet and ex vivo ...