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  • View the profiles of people named Jennifer Kloepper. Join Facebook to connect with Jennifer Kloepper and others you may know. Facebook gives people the. Jennifer Kloepper is on Facebook. Join Facebook to connect with Jennifer Kloepper and others you may know. Facebook gives people the power to share and. Biol Rev Camb Philos Soc Aug 3;89(3) Epub Dec 3. The Dermatology Centre, Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust, Institute of Inflammation.

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    A matter of life and death: Dermal white adipose tissue undergoes major morphological changes during the spontaneous and induced murine hair follicle cycling: Eccrine sweat glands associate with the human hair follicle within a defined compartment of dermal white adipose tissue. Is prolactin a negative neuroendocrine regulator of human skin re-epithelisation after wounding?

    Restoration of skin pigmentation after deep partial or full-thickness burn injury. Citation Statistics 57 Citations 0 5 10 '12 '14 '16 ' Semantic Scholar estimates that this publication has 57 citations based on the available data.

    See our FAQ for additional information. References Publications referenced by this paper. Showing of 59 references. Identification of hair cycle-associated genes from time-course gene expression profile data by using replicate variance. This paper has 28 citations. From This Paper Figures, tables, and topics from this paper.

    Citations Publications citing this paper. Showing of 16 extracted citations. Eccrine sweat glands associate with the human hair follicle within a defined compartment of dermal white adipose tissue. The eyelash follicle features and anomalies: A review Sarah Aumond , Etty Bitton. From basal cell carcinoma morphogenesis to the alopecia induced by hedgehog inhibitors: The role of minor histocompatibility alloantigens in penetrating keratoplasty.

    Kawanaka N Taylor AW. Localized retinal neuropeptide regulation of macrophage and microglial cell functionality. Garland Science Press; ;— Anterior chamber-associated immune deviation elicited via primate eyes. Functional expression of B7H1 on retinal pigment epithelial cells. Expression of indoleamine 2,3-dioxygenase in human corneal cells as a local immunosuppressive factor. PD-L1 expression on human ocular cells and its possible role in regulating immune-mediated ocular inflammation.

    Dendritic cells, indoleamine 2,3 dioxygenase and acquired immune privilege. Why isn't the fetus rejected? Immunology at the maternal-fetal interface: Meinhardt A Hedger MP. Immunological, paracrine and endocrine aspects of testicular immune privilege. Immunology of the human nail apparatus: The hair follicle as a dynamic miniorgan. Lymphocytes, neuropeptides, and genes involved in alopecia areata.

    Collapse and restoration of MHC class-I-dependent immune privilege: Probing the effects of stress mediators on the human hair follicle: Regional immunity and immune privilege.

    Niederkorn JY Wang S. Immune privilege of the eye and fetus: The alchemy of immune privilege explored from a neuroimmunological perspective. Mechanisms of immune privilege in the eye and hair follicle. J Investig Dermatol Symp Proc. A historical perspective on immunological privilege. Transplantation immunity evoked by skin homografts and expressed in intact skin. A biologist's reflections on dermatology. A deviant immune response to viral proteins and transgene product is generated on subretinal administration of adenovirus and adeno-associated virus.

    Immune privilege is extended, then withdrawn, from allogeneic tumor cell grafts placed in the subretinal space. The hair follicle and immune privilege. Evidence that the bulge region is a site of relative immune privilege in human hair follicles.

    Role of NKT cells in anterior chamber-associated immune deviation. Expert Rev Clin Immunol. Mechanisms of immune privilege in the anterior segment of the eye: J Ocul Biol Dis Infor. Identification of alpha-melanocyte stimulating hormone as a potential immunosuppressive factor in aqueous humor. Identification of transforming growth factor-beta as an immunosuppressive factor in aqueous humor.

    Aqueous humor contains transforming growth factor-beta and a small less than daltons inhibitor of thymocyte proliferation. Thrombospondin-1, a natural inhibitor of angiogenesis, is present in vitreous and aqueous humor and is modulated by hyperglycemia.

    Biochem Biophys Res Commun. Immunoreactive vasoactive intestinal peptide contributes to the immunosuppressive activity of normal aqueous humor. Suppression of nitric oxide generated by inflammatory macrophages by calcitonin gene-related peptide in aqueous humor. Novel production of interleukin-1 receptor antagonist peptides in normal human cornea.

    Sugita S Streilein JW. Iris pigment epithelium expressing CD86 B7—2 directly suppresses T cell activation in vitro via binding to cytotoxic T lymphocyte-associated antigen 4. Human hair follicles display a functional equivalent of the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis and synthesize cortisol. Maintenance of hair follicle immune privilege is linked to prevention of NK cell attack.

    The angiogenesis inhibitor thrombospondin-1 inhibits acute cutaneous hypersensitivity reactions. Qa-1, a nonclassical MHC molecule with immunomodulatory functions, is ubiquitously expressed in the immune-privileged anterior chamber of the eye. Corneal allografts fail to express Ia antigens.

    Expression of a nonclassical MHC class Ib molecule in the eye. The distribution and ontogeny of MHC antigens in murine ocular tissue. Expression of classical and non-classical MHC class I antigens in murine hair follicles. Fas ligand-induced apoptosis as a mechanism of immune privilege.

    Soluble Fas ligand and soluble Fas in ocular fluid of patients with uveitis. Hair follicles from alopecia areata patients exhibit alterations in immune privilege-associated gene expression in advance of hair loss.

    Induction of anterior chamber-associated immune deviation requires an intact, functional spleen. Immunologic tolerance to HGG in mice. Suppression of the HGG response in normal mice with spleen cells or a spleen cell lysate from tolerant mice.

    Transplantation immunology of the anterior chamber of the eye. Immune response to allogeneic cells. Characterization of suppressor cells in anterior chamber-associated immune deviation ACAID induced by soluble antigen; evidence of two functionally and phenotypically distinct T-suppressor cell populations. Evidence that an antigen-specific, ACAID-inducing, cell-associated signal exists in the peripheral blood. Effects of topical PGF2 alpha on aqueous humor dynamics in cynomolgus monkeys.

    NK T cell-derived IL is essential for the differentiation of antigen-specific T regulatory cells in systemic tolerance. Blood mononuclear cells induce regulatory NK T thymocytes in anterior chamber-associated immune deviation. The induction of splenic suppressor T cells through an immune-privileged site requires an intact sympathetic nervous system. Ultrastructure of retinal cells transplanted to the rabbit choroid.

    Immune regulation and the eye: Ocular immune privilege and the Faustian dilemma. Evidence for antigen-specific immune deviation in patients with acute retinal necrosis.

    Neural control of ocular immune privilege. Ann N Y Acad Sci. Retinal and ciliary body pigment epithelium suppress activation of T lymphocytes via transforming growth factor beta.

    Immunobiology and privilege of neuronal retina and pigment epithelium transplants. Human retinal pigment epithelial cell-induced apoptosis in activated T cells.

    Wenkel H Streilein JW. Evidence that retinal pigment epithelium functions as an immune-privileged tissue. Allogeneic neonatal neuronal retina grafts display partial immune privilege in the subcapsular space of the kidney. Subretinal space and vitreous cavity as immunologically privileged sites for retinal allografts. See no evil, hear no evil, do no evil: The collaborative corneal transplantation studies: Sonoda Y Streilein JW.

    Orthotopic corneal transplantation in mice—evidence that the immunogenetic rules of rejection do not apply. Targeting immune privilege to prevent pathogenic neovascularization. Immunology of the hair follicle: Genome-wide association study in alopecia areata implicates both innate and adaptive immunity.

    Management of alopecia areata. Collapse of immune privilege in alopecia areata: Harries MJ Paus R. The pathogenesis of primary cicatricial alopecias. Distribution of major histocompatibility antigens in normal skin. Molecular identification of lyso-glycerophosphocholines as endogenous immunosuppressives in bovine and rat gonadal fluids. Paus R Cotsarelis G. The biology of hair follicles.

    N Engl J Med. The human hair follicle immune system: The human hair follicle: An unexpected twist in alopecia areata pathogenesis: Alopecia areata is a T-lymphocyte mediated autoimmune disease: Autoimmune hair loss alopecia areata transferred by T lymphocytes to human scalp explants on SCID mice. What can we learn from animal models of Alopecia areata? Presented at the 6th World Congress for Hair Research.

    Melanocyte-associated T cell epitopes can function as autoantigens for transfer of alopecia areata to human scalp explants on Prkdc scid mice. Is alopecia areata an autoimmune-response against melanogenesis-related proteins, exposed by abnormal MHC class I expression in the anagen hair bulb?

    Yale J Biol Med. Yokoyama WM Kim S. Licensing of natural killer cells by self-major histocompatibility complex class I.

    A guide to studying human hair follicle cycling in vivo

    Jennifer Kloepper is 45 years old and was born on 6/6/ Currently, she lives in Junction City, KS; and previously lived in Beatrice, NE, Abilene, KS, Palm. Can the Hair Follicle Become a Model for Studying Selected Aspects of Human Ocular Immune Privilege? Michael Kinori; Jennifer E. Kloepper; Ralf Paus. Short CV Jennifer Hundt. Personal Data. Name Priv.-Doz. Dr. med. vet. Hundt, Jennifer Elisabeth (née Kloepper). Date of Birth Affiliation. Institution .

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    Jennifer Kloepper is 45 years old and was born on 6/6/ Currently, she lives in Junction City, KS; and previously lived in Beatrice, NE, Abilene, KS, Palm.

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    Can the Hair Follicle Become a Model for Studying Selected Aspects of Human Ocular Immune Privilege? Michael Kinori; Jennifer E. Kloepper; Ralf Paus.

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    Short CV Jennifer Hundt. Personal Data. Name Priv.-Doz. Dr. med. vet. Hundt, Jennifer Elisabeth (née Kloepper). Date of Birth Affiliation. Institution .

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    the hair growth-wound healing connection: Anagen phase promotes wound re- EpithelializationCitation formats. Authors: David M. Ansell; Jennifer E. Kloepper.

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    The development of a minimally sample-destructive, label-free spectroscopy based technique that can differentiate layers of cells in the dermal papilla and.

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    Cutaneous consequences of inhibiting EGF receptor signaling in vivo: Normal hair follicle development, but retarded hair cycle induction and inhibition of.

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    NF-κB activity is required for anagen maintenance in human hair follicles in vitro. Jennifer E. Kloepper, Nancy Ernst, Karsten Krieger, Eniko Bodó, Tamás Bíró.

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