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Vascular heterogeneity between native rat pancreatic islets is responsible for differences in survival and revascularisation post transplantation. Immunological shielding by induced recruitment of regulatory T lymphocytes delays rejection of islets transplanted to muscle. Activated pancreatic stellate cells can impair pancreatic islet function in mice.

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Coffee consumption and the risk of latent autoimmune diabetes in adults-results from a Swedish case-control study. Fatty fish consumption and risk of latent autoimmune diabetes in adults. Severe diabetic ketoacidosis in combination with starvation and anorexia nervosa at onset of type 1 diabetes: A case report. SS18 More information Espes, D. SS44 More information Grapensparr, L. Genes regulating tight junctions and cell adhesion are altered in early experimental necrotizing enterocolitis. SS More information Sandberg, M.

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Blood flow in endogenous and transplanted pancreatic islets in anesthetized rats: Effects of lactate and pyruvate. Pancreas, vol. Intestinal ischemia measured by intraluminal microdialysis. Scandinavian Journal of Clinical and Laboratory Investigation, vol. In a very exciting issue, G. WICK et al. The authors focus on the concept that cellular and humoral immunity to the phylogenetically highly conserved antigen heat shock protein 60 HSP60 is the initiating mechanism in the earliest stages of atherosclerosis.

The discovery that the Toll and img pathways are required for defense against fungal and bacterial infection in Drosophila was pivotal in studies of both mammalian and Drosophila immunity. In an interesting chapter, C. As the authors anticipate, one of the future researches in the Drosophila immunity is likely to define mechanisms that allow Drosophila blood cells may carry out a form of self-nonself recognition that is independent of microbial pattern recognition.