Sjögren's Syndrome: State of the Art : Proceedings of the Fourth International Symposium, Tokyo, Japan, August 11-13-1993

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Mitsuo Homma
Kugler Publications, 1994 - Medical - 619 pages

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Contents

Jan U Prause
5
Kazuo Tsubota
27
Tcell receptor repertoire in Sjögrens syndrome
41
New approaches to treating dry mouth
61
Classification criteria for Sjögrens syndrome in Japan
77
Medical history and physical examination do not contribute to differential
85
High levels of IL10 and Thl cytokine mRNA transcript in salivary gland
99
associated tumor necrosis factor a synthesis in central nervous
113
Titer of antibody to human herpesvirus type 6 in Sjögrens syndrome
383
Prognostic value of lymphoid infiltration on labial salivary gland biopsy
391
A matched casecontrolled study of Sjögrens syndrome for detecting
397
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Clinical features of young patients with primary Sjögrens syndrome
407
CNS disease in probable as well as definite Sjögrens syndrome
413
Clinical and immunological features between Sjögrens syndrome with
419
Cardiac involvement in Sjögrens syndrome detected by twodimensional
427

Molecular conformation and autoantibodies to the RoSSA particle
131
an overview
147
The 60kDa RoSSA protein contains disulfide bonds
149
Clinical significance of antiRoSSA and antiLaSSB antibodies in Sjögrens
155
Viral factors in the etiology of Sjögrens syndrome
163
Structural analysis of the U2 region of EpsteinBarr virus obtained from Bcell
179
Katsuyuki Aozasa and Masahiko Osawa
193
Mixed monoclonal cryoglobulinemia and monoclonal rheumatoid factor
211
The characterization of human lacrimal gland acinar and ductal epithelia
227
Sjögrens syndrome conjunctival immunopathology
235
The effect of steroids on the correlation between rose bengal staining score
243
Study on conjunctival alteration using impression cytology in patients with
251
Tear function index for the differential diagnosis of dry eyes
257
Components in normal dog tears and tears from dogs with KCS treated with
265
Reduction of Badrenergic receptor agonist response in the salivary glands of
275
Gingival crevicular fluid proteinases as indicators of periodontal health
281
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comparison between high
297
Sialogogic activities and histopathological observation of SNI2011 in salivary
311
Sjögrens syndrome in patients with associated xerostomia
321
Muscle involvement in primary Sjögrens syndrome
329
a disease
335
The IgG subclasses and autoantibodies against recombinant autoantigens
343
Sensitivity and specificity of tests for ocular and oral involvement in Sjögrens
351
The longterm course of extraglandular disease manifestations in patients with
357
virus infection and cryoglobulinema in patients with primary
365
Managing the psychological contract for better patient care in Sjögrens
371
a possible marker
377
Liver involvement in primary Sjögrens syndrome
433
Study on pancreatic functions in cases of Sjögrens syndrome
439
Clinical evaluation of herbal medicines for dry mouth in Sjögrens syndrome
445
Efficacy of Juzentaihoto TJ48 a traditional oriental medicine on sicca
451
Interleukin2 soluble receptor IL2r as an inflammatory activity marker
459
IgG and IgA subclass glycosylation defect in primary Sjögrens syndrome
465
Comparison of specific amino acid sequence in HLA class II genes among
477
HLADR alleles in patients with Sjögrens syndrome overrepresenting VB2
483
Effects of administration of antiTcell receptor VB chain specific MoAb in
491
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Analysis of peripheral lymphocyte subpopulations in association with
505
Streptozotocin induced dry mouth in ICR mice
513
altered levels of serum androgens
519
Neurotrophic factors in Sjögrens syndrome and acinar atrophy
525
autoimmune exocrinopathy in transplantation
533
T cell receptor Va repertoire of infiltrating T cells in labial salivary glands from
541
Calprotectin in chronically inflamed salivary glands and saliva
549
Spontaneous sialoadenitis in IQIJCL mice A new animal model of primary
559
AntiSSA and SSB antibody titers associate with clinical features of Japanese
565
Immunodominant epitopes on the LaSSB autoantigen recognized by sera from
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clinical pictures
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Affinity of antiRoSSA antibody in patients with Sjögrens syndrome
589
Identification of autoantigenic epitopes on human upstream binding factor
595
a special support group of the Sjögrens
601
patient and professional education
607
Index of authors
615
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Page xii - RM, et al. Preliminary criteria for the classification of Sjogren's syndrome. Results of a prospective concerted action supported by the European Community. Arthritis Rheum 1993; 36:340-347.

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