LE WE PMID CA
Spleen (Marginal zone)5210Milz (Marginalzone)

Acidosis (dRTA with nerve deafness)

Acidosis (RTA3 combined)

Acidosis (RTA4 hyperkalemic)

AIDCA AID cytidine deaminase

Autoimmunity

B cell (Marginal zone)

Bisoprolol

Butler Albright syndrome

BXD2 mouse

Chloride shunt defect

Dendritic cell (Myeloid)

Dendritic cell (Plasmacytoid)

Erythrocyte (Elliptocytosis)

Ferroportin

FGF7

Furosemide Frusemide

Germinal center (ectopic)

Hepcidin

Hyperglobulinemic states

Ibuprofen

Immunoglobulin M

Indometacin

Interleukin17

Kidney (Hematuria)

Kidney (Neoplasia Nephroblastomatosis)

Kidney (Nephrotic syndrome)

Lightwood s syndrome

Mannose binding lectin MBL

Metoprolol

Receptor (FcRn)

Receptor (S1P)

Sclerostin

sFRP4

Spleen (Marginal zone)

TLR6

Valacyclovir pdAcyclovir

Valganciclovir

2002  
1
The dual function of the splenic marginal zone: essential for initiation of anti-TI-2 responses but also vital in the general first-line defense against blood-borne antigens.
[12296846] Clin Exp Immunol 130(1): 4-11 (2002)
2011  
2
Cytokine regulation of B-cell migratory behavior favors formation of germinal centers in autoimmune disease.
[21276413] Discov Med 11(56): 76-85 (2011)
2005  
3
Splenic marginal zone B cells in humans: where do they mutate their Ig receptor?
[16180256] Eur J Immunol 35(10): 2789-92 (2005)
2011  
4
Endoplasmic reticulum stress in liver disease.
[21145844] J Hepatol 54(4): 795-809 (2011)

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