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1. Release of prostaglandin D2 by murine mast cells: importance of metabolite formation for antiproliferative activity


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2. Release of prostaglandin D2 by murine mast cells: importance of metabolite formation for antiproliferative activity

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3. Research Paper Mediators of Inflammation, 7, 79–84 (1998)

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4. Cellular immune responses to the murine nematode parasite Trichuris muris. II. Differential induction of TH-cell subsets in resistant versus susceptible mice.

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5. Host protective immunity to Trichinella spiralis in mice: activation of Th cell subsets and lymphokine secretion in mice expressing different response phenotypes.

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6. REDUCED EARLY TNF CORRELATES WITH INCREASED MORTALITY OF MAST CELL-DEFICIENT MICE AFTER EXPERIMENTAL PERITONITIS


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7. Modulation of cytokine production and response phenotypes in murine trichuriasis.


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8. Cellular immune responses to the murine nematode parasite Trichuris muris. II. Differential induction of TH-cell subsets in resistant versus susceptible mice.


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9. Host protective immunity to Trichinella spiralis in mice: activation of Th cell subsets and lymphokine secretion in mice expressing different response phenotypes.


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10. Release of prostaglandin D2 by murine mast cells: importance of metabolite formation for antiproliferative activity.

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