The neuropeptides a-MSH and NPY modulate phagocytosis and phagolysosome activation in RAW 264.7 cells.
Primary Open-Angle Glaucoma: A Transforming Growth Factor-ß Pathway-Mediated Disease.
Following EAU recovery there is an associated MC5r-dependent APC induction of regulatory immunity in the spleen.
The alpha-melanocyte stimulating hormone induces conversion of effector T cells into treg cells.
Ocular immune privilege in the year 2010: ocular immune privilege and uveitis.
Localized retinal neuropeptide regulation of macrophage and microglial cell functionality.
Inflammatory cytokines in eyes with uveal melanoma and relation with macrophage infiltration.
Applications of the Role of a-MSH in Ocular Immune Privilege.
The immune privileged retina mediates an alternative activation of J774A.1 cells.
Local treatment with alpha-melanocyte stimulating hormone reduces corneal allorejection.
Injection of an alpha-melanocyte stimulating hormone expression plasmid is effective in suppressing experimental autoimmune uveitis.
Ocular immune privilege.
Review of the activation of TGF-beta in immunity.
Diminishment of alpha-MSH anti-inflammatory activity in MC1r siRNA-transfected RAW264.7 macrophages.
The diminishment of experimental autoimmune encephalomyelitis (EAE) by neuropeptide alpha-melanocyte stimulating hormone (alpha-MSH) therapy.
In vitro generated autoimmune regulatory T cells enhance intravitreous allogeneic retinal graft survival.
Effect of the ocular microenvironment in regulating corneal dendritic cell maturation.
Creating an immune-privileged site using retinal progenitor cells and biodegradable polymers.
Ocular immunosuppressive microenvironment.
An eye's view of T regulatory cells.
Pigment epithelial growth factor suppresses inflammation by modulating macrophage activation.
Alpha-MSH regulates protein ubiquitination in T cells.
Melanocortin 5 receptor and ocular immunity.
The immunomodulating neuropeptide alpha-melanocyte-stimulating hormone (alpha-MSH) suppresses LPS-stimulated TLR4 with IRAK-M in macrophages.
Thrombospondin plays a vital role in the immune privilege of the eye.
Inducible immune regulation following autoimmune disease in the immune-privileged eye.
Somatostatin is an immunosuppressive factor in aqueous humor.
Modulation of regulatory T cell immunity by the neuropeptide alpha-melanocyte stimulating hormone.
Diminution of experimental autoimmune uveoretinitis (EAU) in mice depleted of NK cells.
Induction of regulatory T cells by the immunomodulating cytokines alpha-melanocyte-stimulating hormone and transforming growth factor-beta2.
Ocular immune privilege and the impact of intraocular inflammation.
Draining lymph nodes of corneal transplant hosts exhibit evidence for donor major histocompatibility complex (MHC) class II-positive dendritic cells derived from MHC class II-negative grafts.
Neuroimmunomodulation and immune privilege: the role of neuropeptides in ocular immunosuppression.
Immune response to intragraft antigen in draining lymph nodes after corneal transplantation is mediated by interleukin-12.
IL-6 antagonizes TGF-beta and abolishes immune privilege in eyes with endotoxin-induced uveitis.
Analysis of immunomodulatory activities of aqueous humor from eyes of mice with experimental autoimmune uveitis.
Neural control of ocular immune privilege.
Neuropeptide regulation of immunity. The immunosuppressive activity of alpha-melanocyte-stimulating hormone (alpha-MSH).
Specific aqueous humor factors induce activation of regulatory T cells.
Effects of experimental ocular inflammation on ocular immune privilege.
Mice with Th2-biased immune systems accept orthotopic corneal allografts placed in "high risk" eyes.
Ocular immunosuppressive microenvironment.
Suppression of nitric oxide generated by inflammatory macrophages by calcitonin gene-related peptide in aqueous humor.
A small molecular weight factor in aqueous humor acts on C1q to prevent antibody-dependent complement activation.
Aqueous humor induces transforming growth factor-beta (TGF-beta)-producing regulatory T-cells.
Immune deviation in relation to ocular immune privilege.
Immune privilege, T-cell tolerance, and tissue-restricted autoimmunity.
Neuroimmunomodulation in immune privilege: role of neuropeptides in ocular immunosuppression.
Inhibition of antigen-stimulated effector T cells by human cerebrospinal fluid.
The effects of high glucose on human endothelial cell growth and gene expression are not mediated by transforming growth factor-beta.
Immunoreactive vasoactive intestinal peptide contributes to the immunosuppressive activity of normal aqueous humor.
Alpha-melanocyte-stimulating hormone suppresses antigen-stimulated T cell production of gamma-interferon.
Identification of alpha-melanocyte stimulating hormone as a potential immunosuppressive factor in aqueous humor.
Eye-derived cytokines and the immunosuppressive intraocular microenvironment: a review.
Effect of alpha-2-macroglobulin on cytokine-mediated human C-reactive protein production.
Regulation of cytokine-induced human C-reactive protein production by transforming growth factor-beta.
Characteristics of frozen colostrum thawed in a microwave oven.