Items where Author is "Matolcsy, András"

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Érsek, Barbara and Lupsa, Nikolett and Pócza, Péter and Tóth, Anett and Horváth, Andor and Molnár, Viktor and Bagita, Bence and Bencsik, András and Hegyesi, Hargita and Matolcsy, András and Buzás, Edit I. and Pós, Zoltán (2016) Unique patterns of CD8+ T-cell-mediated organ damage in the Act-mOVA/OT-I model of acute graft-versus-host disease. Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences. pp. 1-33. ISSN 1420-9071 (In Press)

Lupsa, Nikolett and Érsek, Barbara and Pócza, Péter and Sarzsinszky, Eszter and Toth, Anett and Bagita, Bence and Bencsik, András and Hegyesi, Hargita and Matolcsy, András and Buzás, Edit Irén and Pós, Zoltán (2015) CD8+/CD103+ tissue-resident memory T cells display substantial functional plasticity and fine-tune their phenotype to meet local needs. Journal of Molecular Cell Biology. (Submitted)

Udvardy, Miklós and Rosta, András and Gasztonyi, Zoltán and Borbényi, Zita and Radványi, Gáspár and Egyed, Miklós and Gasztonyi, Beáta and Losonczy, Hajna and Matolcsy, András and Andrásfalvy H., Ágnes and Schneider J., Tamás (2012) Immunochemotherapy as induction (R-CHOP and R-HyperC-VAD/R-MA) in mantle cell lymphoma, a Hungarian Multicenter Open Label II Study (Rituximab) [MabTheraR]in mantle cell lymphoma, REMENY). BLOOD, 120 (21). A4889. ISSN 0006-4971


Kopper, László and Kovalszky, Ilona and Matolcsy, András and Nagy, Péter and Paku, Sándor and Peták, István and Sebestyén, Anna (2009) A tumorsejtek szabályozási zavarai - a diagnosis és a terápia alapja = Disturbances in cancer cell regulation - a basis to design diagnosis and therapy. Project Report. OTKA.

Matolcsy, András and Bognár, Ágnes and Csernus, Balázs and Fülöp, Zsolt and Szepesi, Ágota and Timár, Botond (2008) Az aberráns hipermutáció okozta genetikai instabilitás szerepe a B-sejtes non-Hodgkin lymphomák kialakulásában és transzformációjában = The role of genetic instability caused by aberrant hypermutation in the development and transformation of B-cell non-Hodgkin lymphomas. Project Report. OTKA.

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