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2006Characterisation of Inflammation in the Central Nervous System induced by Lipoteichoic Acid from Staphylococcus aureus: Role of Glia in the Mechanisms of Neuronal Cell DeathKINSNER AGNIESZKAPhD Theses
2006Evaluation of a Proposed In Vitro Test Strategy using Neuronal and Non-neuronal Cell Systems for Detecting NeurotoxicityGARTLON JOANNE; KINSNER AGNIESZKA; PRICE ANNA; COECKE SANDRA; CLOTHIER RichardArticles in Journals
2006Expression of the Membrane Complement Regulatory Proteins (CD55 and CD59) in Human ThymusSLADOWSKI Dariusz; WASIUTYNSKI Aleksander; WILCZYNSKI Grzegorz; GRABSKA-LIBEREK Iwona; COECKE SANDRA; KINSNER AGNIESZKA; KOCHANOWSKA IwonaArticles in Journals
2006Highly Purified Lipoteichoic Acid from Gram-Postive Bacteria Induces In Vitro Blood-Brain Barrier Disruption Through Glia Activation: Role of Pro-Inflammatory Cytokines and Nitric OxideBOVERI Monica; KINSNER AGNIESZKA; BEREZOWSKI V.; LENFANT A. M.; DRAING C.; CECCHELLI R; DEHOUCK M.-P.; HARTUNG THOMAS; PRIETO PERAITA MARIA DEL PILAR; PRICE ANNAArticles in Journals
2006Highly Purified Lipoteichoic Acid Induced Pro-inflammatory Signalling in Primary Culture of Rat Microglia through Toll-like Receptor 2: Selective Potentiation of Nitric Oxide Production by Muramyl DipeptideKINSNER AGNIESZKA; BOVERI Monica; HARENG Lars; BROWN Guy C.; COECKE SANDRA; HARTUNG THOMAS; PRICE ANNAArticles in Journals
2005Inflammatory Neurodegeneration Induced by Lipoteichoic Acid from Staphylococcus Aureus is Mediated by Glia Activation, Nitrosative and Oxidative Stress, and Caspase ActivationKINSNER AGNIESZKA; PILOTTO Valentina; DEININGER Susanne; BROWN Guy C.; COECKE SANDRA; HARTUNG THOMAS; PRICE ANNAArticles in Journals
2006The Value of Alternative Testing for Neurotoxicity in the Context of Regulatory NeedsCOECKE SANDRA; ESKES CHANTRA; GARTLON JOANNE; KINSNER AGNIESZKA; PRICE ANNA; VAN VLIET ERWIN; PRIETO PERAITA MARIA DEL PILAR; BOVERI Monica; BREMER SUSANNE; ADLER Sarah, et alArticles in Journals
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