Color Atlas of Dermatoimmuno Histocytology
More than 25 years have elapsed since the first application of immunofluorescent techniques in dermatology. These techniques have shed light on many problems concerning skin disorders. Microorganisms, antigens and antibodies, complements and enzymes have been observed in both intracellular and extracellular tissues.
This is the first comprehensive atlas on dermato-immuno-histocytology; it collects the most outstanding studies and accompanying photographs carried out by 83 Japanese dermatologists.
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A Immunofluorescence technique Ueki
Application of monoclonal antibodies Takezaki Nishiyama
Thy1 positive dEC Iijima
Sweat gland cells Eto Nishiyama
Vascular endothelial cells Masuzawa Nishiyama
B Ground substance
Epidermolysis bullosa acquisita Furue
Collagen diseases and related disorders
Behgets disease Kaneko Takahashi
Erythematous diseases and vasculitis
HB vasculitis Katayama Yaoita
Porphyria cutanea tarda Nonaka
Fibronectin Nagata Ueki
Glycosaminoglycan Kitabatake Ishikawa
Tsutsugamushi disease Scrub typhus Maie Takahashi
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amyloid antigen basal cell basement membrane basement membrane zone binding biopsy blood vessels bullous pemphigoid carcinoma cell membrane cell surface clinical complement components conjugate cutaneous cytoplasm demonstrated Department of Dermatology dermal Dermatol Dermatology dermis dermo-epidermal junction desmosomes detected diagnosis differentiation Direct immunofluorescence disease distribution DNCB electron microscopy enzyme epidermal cells epidermolysis bullosa acquisita erythema fibres fibroblasts findings fluorescence granular guinea pig GvHD Herpes gestationis Histochem histological HLA-DR HLA-DR antigen immune complexes immunoelectron immunoelectron microscopy immunoglobulin immunohistochemical immunohistological immunological indirect indirect immunofluorescence infiltration Invest keratin keratinocytes lamina laminin Langerhans cells layer lesions localization lymphocytes malignant markers melanocytes melanoma MoAb molecular molecules monoclonal antibodies nevus normal skin observed pathogenesis patients pemphigus peroxidase positive protein psoriasis purpura react reaction reactivity School of Medicine scleroderma secretory sections sera serum specific specimens structure studies sweat gland TECHNICAL POINTS tissue tumour cells type IV collagen Ueki Ultrastructural vasculitis viral vitro
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