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Arthritis: Models and Mechanisms by D. C. Dumonde (auth.), Professor Dr. med. Helmuth Deicher,

By D. C. Dumonde (auth.), Professor Dr. med. Helmuth Deicher, Professor Dr. med. vet. DDr.h.c. Leo-Clemens Schulz (eds.)

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4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 months Fig. 6. Reisolation of the agents in the joints and other organs: longer persistence in joints in all three models (results of Olson and Kerr [12]) cocytic lysosomal degradation is confirmed by the elevation of the lysosomal acid phosphatase in the synovia. Scanning electron microscopy shows that the slightly altered surface of cartilage is covered with fibrin fibers and the tip of the pannus slides over to the altered side [15]. This pannus tip can already be observed in the mycoplasm polyarthritis on the 3rd day, with distinct mitosis in this thin proliferating pannus layer covering the light microscopically apparently normal cartilage.

15] have reported that occasionally animals immunized with streptococci 44 QlG:i 60 r- "i;;;. _is'' 40 f0- l~ ,8. - u 0- =VI CIIG> U ... -;: VI CII CII_ c: 0 = ~ rn E g 5000 EO. + mineral oi l El4 E4. buty ELtCP 20961 +minerul +minerul oil oil +mineral oil Fig. 3. The development of the humoral and the cell-mediated immune response to EL4 cells in Lewis rats injected intraperitoneally with a suspension of EL4 cells in (1) saline, (2) mineral oil, (3) Freund's complete adjuvant, and (4) a solution of CP-20961 in mineral oil.

The fateful determination of manifestation and perpetuation. 22 FinaZ Remarks It appears to us to be particularly important that in nature very different agents, or rather their components and also synthetic products can initiate chronic polyarthritis. The release of dead antigens probably also takes place through the described mechanism of deposition in the predilection sites. Because the living agents with their components can still be antigenic when they can no longer be microbiologically demonstrated, the failure to demonstrate viable agents in man does not exclude the possibility of a primary infectious etiology for polyarthritis.

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