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Advances in lactoferrin research, edited by Geneviève Spik, Dominique Legrand, Joël Mazurier, Annick Pierce, Jean-Paul Perraudin

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Advances in lactoferrin research
Title
Advances in lactoferrin research
Statement of responsibility
edited by Geneviève Spik, Dominique Legrand, Joël Mazurier, Annick Pierce, Jean-Paul Perraudin
Title variation
Proceedings of the Third International Congress held in Le Touquet, France, May 5-9, 1997
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eng
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GW5XE
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572/.6
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index present
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QP552.L345
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non fiction
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1997
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International Congress on Lactoferrin
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  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Spik, G.
  • Legrand, Dominique.
  • Mazurier, Joël.
  • Pierce, Annick.
  • Perraudin, Jean-Paul.
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Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology,
Series volume
443
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  • Lactoferrin
  • Life Sciences
  • Animal Anatomy / Morphology / Histology
  • Biochemistry, general
  • Biophysics and Biological Physics
  • Lactoferrin
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Advances in lactoferrin research, edited by Geneviève Spik, Dominique Legrand, Joël Mazurier, Annick Pierce, Jean-Paul Perraudin
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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4757-9068-9
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Includes bibliographical references and index
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Contents
1. Three-Dimensional Structure of Lactoferrin: Implications for Function, Including Comparisons with Transferrin -- 2. Structures of Buffalo and Mare Lactoferrins: Similarities, Differences, and Flexibility -- 3. Direct Detection and Quantitative Determination of Bovine Lactoferricin and Lactoferrin Fragments in Human Gastric Contents by Affinity Mass Spectrometry -- 4. Analysis of Bovine Lactoferrin in Whey Using Capillary Electrophoresis (CE) and Micellar Electrokinetic Chromatography (MEKC) -- 5. Structural and Immunochemical Studies on Bovine Lactoferrin Fragments -- 6. Role of the First N-Terminal Basic Cluster of Human Lactoferrin (R2R3R4R) in the Interactions with the Jurkat Human Lymphoblastic T-Cells -- 7. Glycation Ligand Binding Motif in Lactoferrin: Implications in Diabetic Infection -- 8. Mouse Lactoferrin Gene: Promoter-Specific Regulation by EGF and cDNA Cloning of the EGF-Response-Element Binding Protein -- 9. Cloning of Human Genomic Lactoferrin Sequence and Expression in the Mammary Glands of Transgenic Animals -- 10. Expression of Human Lactoferrin in Transfected Rat Mammary Epithelial Cells -- 11. Restricted Spatiotemporal Expression of Lactoferrin during Murine Embryogenesis -- 12. Construction of Recombinant Chimeric Human Lactoferrin/Bovine Transferrins -- 13. The LDL-Receptor Family: Lactoferrin and Lipid Metabolism -- 14. Identification and Analysis of a Ca2+-Dependent Lactoferrin Receptor in Rat Liver: Lactoferrin Binds to the Asialoglycoprotein Receptor in a Galactose-Independent Manner -- 15. Bacterial Lactoferrin Receptors -- 16. Evidence for the Existence of a Surface Receptor(s) for Ferriclactoferrin and Ferrictransferrin Associated with the Plasma Membrane of the Protozoan Parasite Leishmania donovani -- 17. Lactoferrin Secretion into Mouse Milk: Development of Secretory Activity, the Localization of Lactoferrin in the Secretory Pathway, and Interactions of Lactoferrin with Milk Iron -- 18. Lactoferrin in Duodenal Aspirates during Childhood -- 19. Iron in Synovial Fluid: Removal by Lactoferrin and Relationship to Iron Regulatory Protein (IRP) Activity -- 20. The Gut: A Key Metabolic Organ Protected by Lactoferrin during Experimental Systemic Inflammation in Mice -- 21. The Antibacterial Activity of Lactoferrin and Neonatal E. coli Infections: A Selective and Critical Review -- 22. Host Defensive Effects of Orally Administered Bovine Lactoferrin -- 23. Antiviral Activity of Lactoferrin -- 24. Lactoferrin: Antiviral Activity of Lactoferrin -- 25. A Helical Region on Human Lactoferrin: Its Role in Antibacterial Pathogenesis -- 26. Interaction of Lactoferrin with Micrococcusspp. and Its Role in Antimicrobial Activity -- 27. Enhanced Anti-Candida Activity of Neutrophils and Azole Antifungal Agents in the Presence of Lactoferrin-Related Compounds -- 28. The Mechanism of in Vivo Bacteriostasis of Bovine Lactoferrin -- 29. The Main Systemic, Highly Effective, and Quickly Acting Antimicrobial Mechanisms Generated by Lactoferrin in Mammals inVivo: Activity in Health and Disease -- 30. Regulation by Lactoferrin of Epidermal Langerhans Cell Migration -- 31. Lactoferrin Stimulates the Mitogen-Activated Protein Kinase in the Human Lymphoblastic T Jurkat Cell Line -- 32. Effects of Orally Administered Bovine Lactoferrin on the Immune System of Healthy Volunteers -- 33. Lactoferrin and Interleukin-6 Interaction in Amniotic Infection -- 34. Inhibition of Azoxymethane Initiated Colon Tumor and Aberrant Crypt Foci Development by Bovine Lactoferrin Administration in F344 Rats -- 35. Bovine Lactoferrin and LactoferricinTM Inhibit Tumor Metastasis in Mice -- 36. Lactoferrin Is Synthesized by Mouse Brain Tissue and Its Expression Is Enhanced after MPTP Treatment -- 37. A Study of Lactoferrin and Antibodies against Lactoferrin in Neurological Diseases -- 38. Antibodies to Lactoferrin: A Possible Link between Cow's Milk Intolerance and Autoimmune Disease -- 39. Prevalence and Clinical Significance of Anti-Lactoferrin Autoantibodies in Inflammatory Bowel Diseases and Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis -- 40. Effect of Lactoferrin on the Phagocytic Activity of Polymorphonuclear Leucocytes Isolated from Blood of Patients with Autoimmune Diseases and Staphylococcus Aureus Allergy -- 41. Lactoferrin: Its Role in Maturation and Function of Cells of the Immune System and Protection against Shock in Mice -- 42. Immunohistochemical Demonstration of Lactoferrin in Human Neoplastic Tissues -- 43. Summary
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Advances in lactoferrin research, edited by Geneviève Spik, Dominique Legrand, Joël Mazurier, Annick Pierce, Jean-Paul Perraudin
Link
http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4757-9068-9
Publication
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Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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online resource
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Color
multicolored
Content category
text
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  • txt
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Contents
1. Three-Dimensional Structure of Lactoferrin: Implications for Function, Including Comparisons with Transferrin -- 2. Structures of Buffalo and Mare Lactoferrins: Similarities, Differences, and Flexibility -- 3. Direct Detection and Quantitative Determination of Bovine Lactoferricin and Lactoferrin Fragments in Human Gastric Contents by Affinity Mass Spectrometry -- 4. Analysis of Bovine Lactoferrin in Whey Using Capillary Electrophoresis (CE) and Micellar Electrokinetic Chromatography (MEKC) -- 5. Structural and Immunochemical Studies on Bovine Lactoferrin Fragments -- 6. Role of the First N-Terminal Basic Cluster of Human Lactoferrin (R2R3R4R) in the Interactions with the Jurkat Human Lymphoblastic T-Cells -- 7. Glycation Ligand Binding Motif in Lactoferrin: Implications in Diabetic Infection -- 8. Mouse Lactoferrin Gene: Promoter-Specific Regulation by EGF and cDNA Cloning of the EGF-Response-Element Binding Protein -- 9. Cloning of Human Genomic Lactoferrin Sequence and Expression in the Mammary Glands of Transgenic Animals -- 10. Expression of Human Lactoferrin in Transfected Rat Mammary Epithelial Cells -- 11. Restricted Spatiotemporal Expression of Lactoferrin during Murine Embryogenesis -- 12. Construction of Recombinant Chimeric Human Lactoferrin/Bovine Transferrins -- 13. The LDL-Receptor Family: Lactoferrin and Lipid Metabolism -- 14. Identification and Analysis of a Ca2+-Dependent Lactoferrin Receptor in Rat Liver: Lactoferrin Binds to the Asialoglycoprotein Receptor in a Galactose-Independent Manner -- 15. Bacterial Lactoferrin Receptors -- 16. Evidence for the Existence of a Surface Receptor(s) for Ferriclactoferrin and Ferrictransferrin Associated with the Plasma Membrane of the Protozoan Parasite Leishmania donovani -- 17. Lactoferrin Secretion into Mouse Milk: Development of Secretory Activity, the Localization of Lactoferrin in the Secretory Pathway, and Interactions of Lactoferrin with Milk Iron -- 18. Lactoferrin in Duodenal Aspirates during Childhood -- 19. Iron in Synovial Fluid: Removal by Lactoferrin and Relationship to Iron Regulatory Protein (IRP) Activity -- 20. The Gut: A Key Metabolic Organ Protected by Lactoferrin during Experimental Systemic Inflammation in Mice -- 21. The Antibacterial Activity of Lactoferrin and Neonatal E. coli Infections: A Selective and Critical Review -- 22. Host Defensive Effects of Orally Administered Bovine Lactoferrin -- 23. Antiviral Activity of Lactoferrin -- 24. Lactoferrin: Antiviral Activity of Lactoferrin -- 25. A Helical Region on Human Lactoferrin: Its Role in Antibacterial Pathogenesis -- 26. Interaction of Lactoferrin with Micrococcusspp. and Its Role in Antimicrobial Activity -- 27. Enhanced Anti-Candida Activity of Neutrophils and Azole Antifungal Agents in the Presence of Lactoferrin-Related Compounds -- 28. The Mechanism of in Vivo Bacteriostasis of Bovine Lactoferrin -- 29. The Main Systemic, Highly Effective, and Quickly Acting Antimicrobial Mechanisms Generated by Lactoferrin in Mammals inVivo: Activity in Health and Disease -- 30. Regulation by Lactoferrin of Epidermal Langerhans Cell Migration -- 31. Lactoferrin Stimulates the Mitogen-Activated Protein Kinase in the Human Lymphoblastic T Jurkat Cell Line -- 32. Effects of Orally Administered Bovine Lactoferrin on the Immune System of Healthy Volunteers -- 33. Lactoferrin and Interleukin-6 Interaction in Amniotic Infection -- 34. Inhibition of Azoxymethane Initiated Colon Tumor and Aberrant Crypt Foci Development by Bovine Lactoferrin Administration in F344 Rats -- 35. Bovine Lactoferrin and LactoferricinTM Inhibit Tumor Metastasis in Mice -- 36. Lactoferrin Is Synthesized by Mouse Brain Tissue and Its Expression Is Enhanced after MPTP Treatment -- 37. A Study of Lactoferrin and Antibodies against Lactoferrin in Neurological Diseases -- 38. Antibodies to Lactoferrin: A Possible Link between Cow's Milk Intolerance and Autoimmune Disease -- 39. Prevalence and Clinical Significance of Anti-Lactoferrin Autoantibodies in Inflammatory Bowel Diseases and Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis -- 40. Effect of Lactoferrin on the Phagocytic Activity of Polymorphonuclear Leucocytes Isolated from Blood of Patients with Autoimmune Diseases and Staphylococcus Aureus Allergy -- 41. Lactoferrin: Its Role in Maturation and Function of Cells of the Immune System and Protection against Shock in Mice -- 42. Immunohistochemical Demonstration of Lactoferrin in Human Neoplastic Tissues -- 43. Summary
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