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    1. Baran, J; Weglarczyk, K; Mysiak, M; Guzik, K; Ernst, M; Flad, HD; Pryjma, J
      Fas (CD95)-Fas ligand interactions are responsible for monocyte apoptosis occurring as a result of phagocytosis and killing of Staphylococcus aureus

      INFECTION AND IMMUNITY
    2. Grace-Griebenow, E; Flad, HD; Ernst, M; Bzowska, M; Skrzeczynska, J; Pryjma, J
      Human MO subsets as defined by expression of CD64 and CD16 differ in phagocytic activity and generation of oxygen intermediates

      IMMUNOBIOLOGY
    3. Pryjma, J; Kaszuba-Zwoinska, J; Pawlik, J; Pogorzelski, A; Lis, G; Baran, J; Zebrak, J
      Alveolar macrophages of children suffering from recurrent infections of respiratory tract are less efficient in eliminating apoptotic neutrophils

      PEDIATRIC PULMONOLOGY
    4. Flad, HD; Grage-Griebenow, E; Petersen, F; Scheuerer, B; Brandt, E; Baran, J; Pryjma, J; Ernst, M
      The role of cytokines in monocyte apoptosis

      PATHOBIOLOGY
    5. Guzik, K; Bzowska, M; Dobrucki, J; Pryjma, J
      Heat-shocked monocytes are resistant to Staphylococcus aureus-induced apoptotic DNA fragmentation due to expression of HSP72

      INFECTION AND IMMUNITY
    6. Mytar, B; Siedlar, M; Woloszyn, M; Ruggiero, I; Pryjma, J; Zembala, M
      Induction of reactive oxygen intermediates in human monocytes by tumour cells and their role in spontaneous monocyte cytotoxicity

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF CANCER
    7. Grage-Griebenow, E; Durrbaum-Landmann, I; Pryjma, J; Loppnow, H; Flad, HD; Ernst, M
      Apoptosis in monocytes

      EUROPEAN CYTOKINE NETWORK
    8. BARAN J; PITUCHNOWOROLSKA A; KRZESZOWIAK A; WIECKIEWICZ J; STACHURA J; PRYJMA J; POPIELA T; SZCZEPANIK A; ZEMBALA M
      DETECTION OF CANCER-CELLS IN THE BLOOD BY FACS SORTING OF CD45(-) CELLS

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR MEDICINE
    9. FLAD HD; GRAGEGRIEBENOW E; SCHEUERER B; DURRBAUMLANDMANN I; PETERSEN F; BRANDT E; FLEISCHER J; BARAN J; PRYJMA J; ERNST M
      THE ROLE OF CYTOKINES IN MONOCYTE APOPTOSIS

      Research in immunology (Paris)
    10. PRYJMA J; GRAGEGRIEBENOW E; LOPPNOW H; ERNST M; FLAD HD
      DIFFERENTIAL SUSCEPTIBILITY OF HUMAN MONOCYTES TO FAS-MEDIATED AND CD4(-CELL-MEDIATED KILLING() T)

      European journal of cell biology
    11. CICHY J; ROSEJOHN S; POTEMPA J; PRYJMA J; TRAVIS J
      ONCOSTATIN-M STIMULATES THE EXPRESSION AND RELEASE OF THE IL-6 RECEPTOR IN HUMAN HEPATOMA HEPG2 CELLS

      The Journal of immunology
    12. GRAGEGRIEBENOW E; BARAN J; LOPPNOW H; LOS M; ERNST M; FLAD HD; PRYJMA J
      AN FC-GAMMA RECEPTOR-I (CD64)-NEGATIVE SUBPOPULATION OF HUMAN PERIPHERAL-BLOOD MONOCYTES IS RESISTANT TO KILLING BY ANTIGEN-ACTIVATED CD4-POSITIVE CYTOTOXIC T-CELLS

      European Journal of Immunology
    13. PRYJMA J; BARAN J; ZEMBALA M
      LECTIN-ACTIVATED CD4(-LYMPHOCYTES HAVE NO ABILITY TO KILL MONOCYTES()CD45RA(+) T)

      Immunological investigations
    14. BARAN J; GUZIK K; HRYNIEWICZ W; ERNST M; FLAD HD; PRYJMA J
      APOPTOSIS OF MONOCYTES AND PROLONGED SURVIVAL OF GRANULOCYTES AS A RESULT OF PHAGOCYTOSIS OF BACTERIA

      Infection and immunity
    15. CICHY J; ROSEJOHN S; PRYJMA J; TRAVIS J
      EFFECT OF SOLUBLE INTERLEUKIN-6 RECEPTOR ON INTERLEUKIN-6 SYNTHESIS IN HUMAN SKIN FIBROBLASTS

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications
    16. MYTAR B; WOLOSZYN M; RUGGIERO I; PRYJMA J; ZEMBALA M
      MONOCYTE-MEDIATED REGULATION OF ANTIGEN-DRIVEN IFNGAMMA PRODUCTION BYT-CELLS - THE ROLE OF ENDOGENOUSLY PRODUCED TNF

      Immunological investigations
    17. PRYJMA J; ZEMBALA M; BARAN J; ERNST M; FLAD HD
      ELIMINATION OF MONOCYTES FROM CULTURES ACTIVATED WITH RECALL ANTIGENS

      Immunology letters
    18. KOWALCZYK D; MYTAR B; JASINSKI M; PRYJMA J; ZEMBALA M
      MODULATION OF MONOCYTE ANTIGEN-PRESENTING CAPACITY BY TUMOR-NECROSIS-FACTOR-ALPHA (TNF) - OPPOSING EFFECTS OF EXOGENOUS TNF BEFORE AND AFTER AN ANTIGEN PULSE AND THE ROLE OF TNF GENE ACTIVATION IN MONOCYTES

      Immunology letters
    19. ZEMBALA M; PRYJMA J; PLUCIENNICZAK A; SZCZEPANEK A; JASINSKI M; RUGGIERO I; PISELLI P; COLIZZI V
      INTERACTION OF HIV-1 GP120 MOLECULE FRAGMENTS WITH HUMAN MONOCYTES - DIFFERENT REQUIREMENTS FOR TUMOR-NECROSIS-FACTOR-ALPHA AND IL-6 PRODUCTION

      Clinical immunology and immunopathology
    20. ZEMBALA M; PRYJMA J; PLUCIENNICZAK A; SZCZEPANEK A; RUGGIERO I; JASINSKI M; COLIZZI V
      MODULATION OF ANTIGEN-PRESENTING CAPACITY OF HUMAN MONOCYTES BY HIV-1GP120 MOLECULE FRAGMENTS

      Immunological investigations
    21. GERCKEN J; PRYJMA J; ERNST M; FLAD HD
      DEFECTIVE ANTIGEN PRESENTATION BY MYCOBACTERIUM TUBERCULOSIS-INFECTEDMONOCYTES

      Infection and immunity
    22. PRYJMA J; BARAN J; ERNST M; WOLOSZYN M; FLAD HD
      ALTERED ANTIGEN-PRESENTING CAPACITY OF HUMAN MONOCYTES AFTER PHAGOCYTOSIS OF BACTERIA

      Infection and immunity
    23. ZEMBALA M; SIEDLAR M; MARCINKIEWICZ J; PRYJMA J
      HUMAN MONOCYTES ARE STIMULATED FOR NITRIC-OXIDE RELEASE IN-VITRO BY SOME TUMOR-CELLS BUT NOT BY CYTOKINES AND LIPOPOLYSACCHARIDE

      European Journal of Immunology


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