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  • Mechanisms of Disease: the role of immune cells in the pathogenesis of systemic sclerosis 

    Sakkas, L. I.; Chikanza, I. C.; Platsoucas, C. D. (2006)
    Systemic sclerosis is characterized by extensive fibrosis, microvascular stenosis and autoantibody production. All three characteristics can be accounted for by activation of cells of the immune system. Activation of T ...
  • New developments in the pathogenesis of systemic sclerosis 

    Sakkas, L. I. (2005)
    Systemic sclerosis (SSc) is characterized by extensive fibrosis, vasculopathy and activation of the immune system. Fibrosis can be caused by profibrotic cytokines, such as transforming growth factor-beta (TGF beta), ...
  • Transferrin receptor-1 and 2 expression in chronic lymphocytic leukemia 

    Smilevska, T.; Stamatopoulos, K.; Samara, M.; Belessi, C.; Tsompanakou, A.; Paterakis, G.; Stavroyianni, N.; Athanasiadou, I.; Chiotoglou, I.; Hadzidimitriou, A.; Athanasiadou, A.; Douka, V.; Saloum, R.; Laoutaris, N.; Anagnostopoulos, A.; Fassas, A.; Stathakis, N.; Kollia, P. (2006)
    Transferrin receptor (TfR)-1 and 2 mRNA and CD71 (TfR1) expression was analyzed in 118 CLL patients. Ninety-five out of 109 analyzed cases expressed CD71, mostly at a high level; 60% of CD71 (+) cases were IGH-mutated. All ...