The immune system is dead! Long live the immune system!

Jamie Cunliffe cunlij at
Thu Feb 10 08:50:38 EST 2000

In article < at mailserv.biozentrum.uni->,
  fehr at (Holger Fehr) wrote:

> I would argee that Polly Matzingers "danger" model is worth to be
> in a wider public.
> It therefore might be usefull if you would us give some citations on
> original and some newer articles on that topic.


I'm not entirely certain that your comment should be taken at face
value, but I have.  For those interested these are the publications
that a search produced. Searching for Polly Matzinger on Alta Vista
will find the web stuff. There's a bit beyond the standard cited works.
I've also added a search on "danger+immun?" that may add some meat.

Matzinger search
Gallucci S.  Lolkema M.  Matzinger P. Natural adjuvants: endogenous
activators of dendritic cells. Nature Medicine.  5(11):1249-55, 1999
Di Rosa F.  Ramaswamy S.  Ridge JP.  Matzinger P. On the lifespan of
virgin T lymphocytes. Journal of Immunology.  163(3):1253-7, 1999 Aug
Matzinger P. Graft tolerance: a duel of two signals [news; comment].
Nature Medicine.  5(6):616-7, 1999 Jun.
Bonney EA.  Matzinger P.  Much IDO about pregnancy [news]. Nature
Medicine.  4(10):1128-9, 1998 Oct.
Matzinger P. An innate sense of danger. [Review] [86 refs] Seminars in
Immunology.  10(5):399-415, 1998 Oct.
Ridge JP.  Di Rosa F.  Matzinger P. A conditioned dendritic cell can be
a temporal bridge between a CD4+ T-helper   and a T-killer cell [see
comments]. Nature.  393(6684):474-8, 1998 Jun 4.
Matzinger P. The immune system's role in graft loss: theoretic
considerations. Transplantation Proceedings.  29(8A):11S-12S, 1997 Dec.
Bonney EA.  Matzinger P. The maternal immune system's interaction with
circulating fetal cells. Journal of Immunology.  158(1):40-7, 1997 Jan
Fuchs EJ.  Matzinger P. Is cancer dangerous to the immune system?.
[Review] [46 refs] Seminars in Immunology.  8(5):271-80, 1996 Oct.
Di Rosa F.  Matzinger P. Long-lasting CD8 T cell memory in the absence
of CD4 T cells or B cells. Journal of Experimental Medicine.  183
(5):2153-63, 1996 May 1.
Ridge JP.  Fuchs EJ.  Matzinger P. Neonatal tolerance revisited:
turning on newborn T cells with dendritic cells Science.  271
(5256):1723-6, 1996 Mar 22.
Epstein MM.  Di Rosa F.  Jankovic D.  Sher A.  Matzinger P. Successful
T cell priming in B cell-deficient mice. Journal of Experimental
Medicine.  182(4):915-22, 1995 Oct 1.
Matzinger P. Immunology. Memories are made of this? [news; comment].
Nature.  369(6482):605-6, 1994 Jun 23.
Matzinger P. Tolerance, danger, and the extended family. [Review] [157
refs] Annual Review of Immunology.  12:991-1045, 1994.
Matzinger P. Why positive selection?. [Review] [112 refs] Immunological
Reviews.  135:81-117, 1993 Oct.

Danger+immun? Search

Robert J.  Menoret A.  Cohen N. Cell surface expression of the
endoplasmic reticular heat shock protein gp96 is phylogenetically
conserved. Journal of Immunology.  163(8):4133-9, 1999 Oct 15.
Rescigno M.  Granucci F.  Ricciardi-Castagnoli P. Dendritic cells at
the end of the millennium.  Immunology & Cell Biology.  77(5):404-10,
1999 Oct.
Austyn JM. Death, destruction, danger and dendritic cells  Nature
Medicine.  5(11):1232-3, 1999 Nov.
Wagner H. Bacterial CpG DNA activates immune cells to signal infectious
danger. Advances in Immunology.  73:329-68, 1999.
Pisetsky DS. The influence of base sequence on the immunostimulatory
properties of DNA.  Immunologic Research.  19(1):35-46, 1999.
Uetrecht JP. New concepts in immunology relevant to idiosyncratic drug
reactions: the "danger hypothesis" and innate immune system.  Chemical
Research in Toxicology.  12(5):387-95, 1999 May.
Ren Y.  Savill J. Apoptosis: the importance of being eaten.  Cell Death
& Differentiation.  5(7):563-8, 1998 Jul.
Chen W.  Syldath U.  Bellmann K.  Burkart V.  Kolb H. Human 60-kDa heat-
shock protein: a danger signal to the innate immune system. Journal of
Immunology.  162(6):3212-9, 1999 Mar 15.
Moseley PL. Heat shock proteins and the inflammatory response.  Annals
of the New York Academy of Sciences.  856:206-13, 1998 Sep 29.
Heeg K.  Sparwasser T.  Lipford GB.  Hacker H.  Zimmermann S.  Wagner
H. Bacterial DNA as an evolutionary conserved ligand signalling danger
of infection to immune cells. European Journal of Clinical Microbiology
& Infectious Diseases.    17(7):464-9, 1998 Jul.
Colaco CA. Towards a unified theory of immunity: dendritic cells,
stress proteins and antigen capture.  Cellular & Molecular Biology.  44
(6):883-90, 1998 Sep.
Gaston JS. Role of T-cells in the development of arthritis. Clinical
Science.  95(1):19-31, 1998 Jul.
Krieg AM.  Love-Homan L.  Yi AK.  Harty JT. CpG DNA induces sustained
IL-12 expression in vivo and resistance to Listeria monocytogenes
challenge. Journal of Immunology.  161(5):2428-34, 1998 Sep 1.
Bomford R. Will adjuvants be needed for vaccines of the future?.
Developments in Biological Standardization.  92:13-7, 1998.
Lafferty KJ.  Gazda LS. Tolerance: a case of self/not-self
discrimination maintained by clonal deletion?.  Human Immunology.  52
(2):119-26, 1997 Feb.
Janeway CA Jr.  Goodnow CC.  Medzhitov R. Danger - pathogen on the
premises: Immunological tolerance.  Current Biology.  6(5):519-22, 1996
May 1.
Lambrecht BN.  Pauwels RA.  Bullock GR. The dendritic cell: its potent
role in the respiratory immune response.  Cell Biology International.
20(2):111-20, 1996 Feb.


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