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Berggreen E, Nyløkken K, Delaleu N, Hajdaragic-Ibricevic H, Jonsson MV.

Impaired vascular responses to parasympathetic nerve stimulation in the submandibular gland in NOD mice.

Arthritis Research & Therapy 2009, 11:R18 (6 February 2009) [IF: 4.543].

 

Cox RJ, Major D, Hauge S, Madhun AS, Brokstad KA, Kuhne M, Smith J, Vogel FR, Zambon M, Haaheim LR, Wood J.

A cell-based H7N1 split influenza virion vaccine confers protection in mouse and ferret challenge models.

Influenza Other Respi Viruses 3:107-117, 2009.

 

Delaleu N, Manoussakis MN, Moutsopoulos HM, Jonsson R.

Pathogenesis: emphasis on dry mouth and the role of salivary glands.

In: Sjögren’s syndrome; pathogenesis and therapy, Fox R, ed. In press.

 

Delaleu N, Peck AB.

Autoimmunity: Limited progress for the patient, despite decades of research (Editorial).

Scand J Immunol, in press.

 

Ellertsen LK, Storla DG, Diep LM, Brokstad KA, Wiker HG, Hetland G.

Allergic sensitisation in tuberculosis patients at the time of diagnosis and following chemotherapy.

BMC Infect Dis. 2009 Jun 26;9(1):100. [Epub ahead of print]

 

Gatumu M, Jonsson MV, Øijordsbakken G, Skarstein K.

Nuclear BCL10 in primary Sjögren's syndrome.

J Oral Pathol Med 2009 Mar 6. [Epub ahead of print] [IF: 1.711].

 

Geitung JT, Jonsson MV.

Imaging technology in Sjögren’s syndrome – non-invasive evaluation of the salivary glands.

In: Sjögren’s syndrome; pathogenesis and therapy. Fox R, ed. In press.

 

Hauge S, Madhun AS, Major D, Brokstad KA, Vogel FR, Zambon M, Wood J, Haaheim LR, Cox RJ.

The immunogenicity of a cell-derived H7N1 split influenza virion vaccine in mice.

Scand J Immunol. 2009 Jun;69(6):576-8.

 

Hjelmervik TOR, Jonsson R, Bolstad AI.

The minor salivary gland proteome in Sjögren´s syndrome.

Oral Dis, 2009 Apr 2. [Epub ahead of print]

 

Hovden A-O, Brokstad KA, Major D, Wood J, Haaheim LR, Cox RJ.

A pilot study of the immune response to whole inactivated avian influenza H7N1 virus vaccine in mice.

Influenza Other Respi Viruses 3:21-28, 2009.

 

Jonsson MV, Delaleu N, Marthinussen MC, Jonsson R.

Oral and dental manifestations in Sjögren’s syndrome. Current approaches to diagnostics and therapy.

In: Sjögren’s syndrome; pathogenesis and therapy. Fox R, ed. In press.

 

Jonsson R, Ljunggren HG.

Editorial.

Scand J Immunol 70; 173-174, 2009.

 

Jonsson R, Skarstein K, Jonsson MV.

Histopathology and glandular biopsies in Sjögren’s syndrome.

In: Sjögren’s syndrome; pathogenesis and therapy. Fox R, ed. In press.

 

Illes A, Varoczy L, Papp G, Wilson PC, Alex P, Jonsson R, Kovacs T, Konttinen Y, Zeher M, Nakken B, Szodoray P.

Aspects of B-cell lymphoma development: A transition from immune-reactivity to malignancy.

Scand J Immunol, 69:387-400, 2009. Published Online: Feb 6 2009 1:10AM

 

Jonsson R, Brun JG.

Sjögren’s syndrome.

Encyclopedia of Life Sciences, in press.

 

Landsverk OJB, Bakke O, Gregers TF.

MHC II and the Endocytic Pathway: Regulation by Invariant Chain.

Scand J Immunol 70; 184-193, 2009.

 

Landsverk OJ, Gregers T, Nordeng, TW, Bakke O.

Newly synthesized invariant chain can direct mature class II moelcules form the plasme membrane to antingen loading compartment.

Submitted, 2009

 

Nordmark G, Kristjansdottir G, Theander E, Eriksson P, Brun JG, Eloranta M-L, Wang C, Padjukov L, Truedsson L, Alm GV, Jonsson R, Rönnblom L, Syvänen A-C.

Additive effects of the major risk alleles of IRF5 and STAT4 in primary Sjögren’s syndrome.

Genes Immun, 2009 Jan;10(1):68-76. Epub 2008 Dec 18.

 

Olsnes C, Stavang H, Brokstad K, Olofsson J, Aarstad HJ.

Chemokines are secreted by monocytes following OK-342 (lyophilized Streptococcus pyogenes) stimulation.

BMC Immunol 2009, 10:6

 

Reksten TR, Jonsson MV, Szyszko E, Brun JG, Jonsson R, Brokstad KA.

Cytokine and autoantibody profiling related to histopathologic features in primary Sjögren’s syndrome.

Rheumatology (Oxford). 2009 Sep;48(9):1102-6. Epub 2009 Jul 2.

 

Vogelsang P, Hovden A-O, Jonsson R, Appell S.

Levels of dendritic cell populations and regulatory T cells vary significantly between two commonly used mouse strains.

Scand J Immunol, in press.