Annual Congress Copenhagen 2005


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Microorganisms: good, bad or ugly in allergic respiratory disease

Symposium
Chairs: S. Holgate (Southampton, United Kingdom), P. J. Sterk (Leiden, The Netherlands)
At the end of the symposium, the audience will have gained an insight into the role of environmental conditions and microorganisms in the homeostasis of the inflammatory and immune responses in relation to allergic and respiratory disease. Microorganisms in the intestinal mucosa may influence immunological reactions and affect the allergic condition. At the mucosa of the respiratory tract, infectious microorganisms and their products influence local and systemic inflammatory and immunological events in the airways and lungs.

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 [+]  Slide presentation Webcast 3101 The gut-flora in health and disease: interactions with the immune system
A. Macpherson (Ontario, Canada)
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3102 Dendritic cells set the stage for T-cell polarisation
M. Kapsenberg (Amsterdam, Netherlands)
 [+]  Slide presentation Webcast 3103 Physiologic and immunologic response of the airways to LPS inhalation
D. Schwartz (Research Triangle Park, United States of America)
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 [+]  Slide presentation Webcast 3104 Viruses in asthma and COPD: mechanisms and defence
P. Openshaw (London, United Kingdom)
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