Advances in Immunology by Frank J. Dixon (Eds.)

By Frank J. Dixon (Eds.)

This quantity contains the cumulative topic index for volumes 37 to sixty five of the "Advances in Immunology" sequence.

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62:187 Adapter molecules, 63:134, 141-143 Adaptive immunity, N K cells and, 4 7:291-295 Addressin cell adhesion molecule-1, ligand for a4P7 receptor, 60:170-171 Addressins, 62:257 lymphocyte-IIEV interaction, 65361-363, 377 mucosal, MadCAM-1, 58:360 mucosal vascular, lymphocyte-EIEV interaction, 65:362-363 PLN-specific vascular, see Peripheral node vascular addressins 3 surface antigens of human leukocytes and, 49:88 vascular, role of GlyCAM-1, 58:359 Adenocarcinotna, rat pancreatic, 54:324 Adenoma, pituitary hormones, 63:380 Adenosine deaminase, 64:69 Adenosine deaminase deficiency, 59:151, 246 SCID and, 49:382-383,390, 396 Adenosine receptors, 52:396-398 Adenovirus cytotoxic T cells and, 65:279 E:3/19K glycoprotein, effects on antigen processing and presentation, 52:44-47 hybrid resistance and, 41:368 Adenylate cyclase, iinmunosenescence and, 46:226 Adhesins, antigen-presenting cells and, 47:61 Adhesion, see Cell adhesion Adhesion molecules, see Cell adhesion molecules Adipocytes B cell forination and, 41:210 IFN-y and, 62:91 Adipose tissue, cachectin and, 42:215, 222 -223 Adjuvant, see a h Freund’s complete d jnvan t antigen concentration and, 40:91-92 Freund’s, 60:111-112, 116-117, 131 T cell subsets and, 41:70, 71 incomplete Freund’s, autoimmune th,yroiditis and, 46:277 lipopeptide moiety, 60:141 liposonie-lipid Nalum, 60:112 MAP/alum, 60:117-118 HIBI, 60131-132 type, and differential results, 60:132 Adjuvant arthritis.

387 N K cells, 41:374 T cells, 4 1 3 3 IBD and. 42:290-291, 294-295. 298 IFN-y, 62:63, 87-89 IgE Iksynthesis and, 47:l binding Factors, 47:12. 14, 15, 17, 19, 21-23, 25, 28 response. 47:l-12 response suppression. 47:28-39 Ig gene superfilmily and, 44:4. 9, 38, 44 Ig heaby-chin variahle region genes mid, 49:l-3. 61 [I segments. 49:31-33 J,, segments, 49:34 organization, 49:4, 6 V,, families, 49:9, 14. 16 V,, gene expression, 49:40-45 IL-1- 44:189, 190, 192; 66:140 gene expression, 44:163 immunocompetent cells, 44:173, 177, 178 receptor, 44:182 striicture.

152, 172, 188 by macrophages, 39:62-66 MHC class I-associated peptides, generation, 64:16-31 preliminaries, 52:ll-13 proteasome system, 64:8-32 activator protein, 64:21-24 cleavage properties, 64:24-26 inhibitors, 64:11-12 LMP and IFN-y regulation, 64:12-14 molecular adaptation, 64:19-21 structural and catalytic features, 64:s-11 subunits XrY and immunoproteasomes, 64: 14- 16 subunits Z and MECL1, 64:16-18 threonine residues, 64:18-19 proteolytic degradation, 39:63-64, 66 regulation of antigen processing, 52:76-78 TAP system, 64:3-5, 30-31 T cells.

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