EHRS Meeting: Poster List 1 June 27-29, 2002

 

Poster session 1
Onset of alopecia areata in C3H/HeJ mice involves transient, high expression of CD44 variant isoforms and low CD4+/CD25+ suppressor cell activity
Kevin J. McElwee1, Margot Zöller2, Peter Engel2, Rolf Hoffmann1 (1Dept of Dermatology, Philipp University, Marburg, Germany; and 2Dept of Tumor Progression and Tumor Defense, German Cancer Research Center, Heidelberg) P#01
Immune state of children with alopecia areata living in different radioecological regions of Belarus
T.V. Vorontsova, O.O. Yanovich, N.A. Gres, E.N. Shavrova, E.I. Kukharenka (Research Institute for Radiation Medicine and Endocrinology, Minsk, Belarus) P#03
Frequency and levels of thyroid autoantibodies in belarus children with alopecia areata
O.O. Yanovich, T.V. Vorontsova, A.N; Arynchyn, E.N. Shavrova, E.I. Kukharenka (Research Institute for Radiation Medicine and Endocrinology, Minsk, Belarus) P#05
Risk factors of alopecia areata in Belarus children
N.A. Gres, A.N. Arynchyn, O.O. Yanovich, L.V. Tkachenko (Research Institute for Radiation Medicine and Endocrinology, Minsk, Belarus) P#07
Microelements in Belarus children with alopecia areata
N.A. Gres, A.N. Arynchyn, L.V. Tkachenko, O.O. Yanovich (Research Institute for Radiation Medicine and Endocrinology, Minsk, Belarus) P#09
Anthralin therapy for DPCP-resistant severe alopecia areata
Gwang Seong Choi, Tae Gyun Lim (Dept of Dermatology, Inha University, Incheon, Korea) P#11
On the problem of pathogenetic heterogeneity of alopecia areata
A.Koubanova, A. Gadjlgoroeva (Moscow, Russia) P#13
Interleukin-10 knockout mice are relatively resistant to the experimental induction of alopecia areata
Pia Freyschmidt-Paul, Kevin McElwee, Margot Zöller, John Sundberg, Rudolf Happle, Rolf Hoffmann (Philipp University Marburg, Germany; DKFZ, Germany; The Jackson Laboratory, Bar Harbor, USA) P#15
Alopecia areata with a lichenoid inflammation pattern
Tobias W. Fischer, Irina Kelm, Peter Elsner (Dept of Dermatology, Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena, Germany) P#17
Analysis of the prognostic factor for treatment alopecia areata
Park Min Su, Shur Ki-Beom, Lee Jeung Hoon, Park Jang-Kyu (Dept of Dermatology, Chungnam National University - School of Medicine, Taejon, Korea) P#19
Methyl-prednisolone pulse therapy in treatment of severe alopecia areata
Park Min Su, Shur Ki-Beom, Lee Jeung Hoon, Park Jang-Kyu (Dept of Dermatology, Chungnam National University - School of Medicine, Taejon, Korea) P#21
TGF-b 1 and IGF-1 regulated gene expression profile analysis in human outer root sheath cells
Young-Hee Kim, Moonkyu Kim, So-Young Cha, Sang-Uk Im, Jung-Chul Kim (Hair Research Center, Kyungpook National University - School of Medicine, Korea) P#23
Hair-inducing ability of cultured human dermal papilla cells
Koh-ei Toyoshima1, Hitoshi Kuwamoto2, Mikaru M. Yamao2, Mutsumi Inamatsu1, 2, 3,, Katsutoshi Yoshizato2, 3 (1Institute of Immunology, Co., Ltd, Tokyo, Japan; 2Hiroshima Tissue Regeneration Project, Hiroshima Prefecture Collaboration of Regional Entities for Advancement of Technological Excellence, JST, Japan; and 3Dept of Biological Science, Graduate School of Science, Hiroshima University, Japan) P#25
Bax expression in human anagen hair follicle
Silvia Selleri, Cristiano Rumio, Elena Donetti, Elena Boschini, Paolo Castano, Isabella Barajon (Dept of Human Anatomy, Università degli Studi di Milano, Milan, Italy) P#27
Expression and activation of matrix metalloproteinases in cultured human dermal papilla cells
Hiram de Almeida Jr., Felix B. Müller, Paola Zigrino, Thomas Krieg, Bernhard P. Korge, Cornelia Mauch (Dept of Dermatology and Venereolgy, University of Cologne, Germany) P#29
Epidermal-dermal interaction required for inducing the dermal condensation during hair follicle development
Inamatsu1, 2, 3, Aya Makabe3, Koh-ei Toyoshima2 and Katsutoshi Yoshizato1, 3 (1Hiroshima Tissue Regeneration Project, Hiroshima Prefecture Collaboration of Regional Entities for the Advancement of Technological Excellence, JST, Hiroshima, Japan; 2Institute of Immunology Co., Ltd., Tokyo, Japan; and 3Dept of Biological Science, Graduate School of Science, Hiroshima University, Japan) P#31
Changes of several immunological markers in human hair cycle
Jun-Kyu Oh, Mi-Hyang Kim, Chang-Hun Huh, Kyu-Han Kim, Hee-Chul Eun (Dept of Dermatology, Seoul National University, College of Medicine, Seoul, Korea) P#33
Expression of type I procollagen in perifollicular connective tissue sheath of hair follicle
Jun-Kyu Oh, Mi-Hyang Kim, Sang-Woong Youn, Kyoung-Chan Park, Hee-Chul Eun, Jin-Ho Chung (Dept of Dermatology, Seoul National University, College of Medicine, Seoul, Korea) P#35
Stem cells - bulge area proliferation indexes of bald and non-bald areas- a digital computerized cytometry study
Valcinir Bedin and Denise Steiner (Centro de Estudos da Clínica Stöckli, São Paulo, Brazil) P#37
The role of prolactin in regulating summer hair growth cycles in mink
Shannon Larson, Jason Hunt and Jack Rose (Idaho State University., Dept of Biol, Sci., Pocatello, USA) P#39
Effects of prolactin on under-hair follicle development in mink
Jason Hunt and Jack Rose (Idaho State University, Dept of Biol, Sci., Pocatello, USA) P#41
Androgen Receptors are Expressed in the Developing Antler Tip and Velvet Skin of the Red Deer (Cervus elaphus)
N. J. Croft and V. A. Randall (Dept of Biomedical Sciences, University of Bradford, West Yorkshire, BD7 1DP, UK) P#43
Isolation and identification of barley derived hair-growth stimulant
Ayako Kamimura, Tomoya Takahashi (Kyowa Hakko Kogyo. Tsukuba, Japan) P#45
The inhibitory effect of Houttuynia cordata Thunb extract on leg hair growth
Akihiro Ishino, Amane Tatsuta, Tomoko Yokoyama, Takanari Tsuda (Shiseido Research Center, Yokohama, Japan) P#47
The extract of Thujae Occidentalis semen (TOS) inhibited 5a-reductase (type 2) and androchronogenetic alopecia of B6CBAF1/j hybrid mouse
Won-seok Park, Chang-hoon Lee, Won-hee Cho, Byeong-gon Lee, Ih-seop Chang (Skin Research Team, Skin Research Institute, Amore Pacific Corp. R&D Center, Yongin-si, Korea) P#49
Soymilk Reduces Hair Growth And Hair Follicle Dimensions
M. Seiberg, J-C. Liu, L. Babiarz, E. Sharlow and S. Shapiro (Johnson & Johnson Skin Research Center Consumer Products and Personal Care Group Skillman, NJ USA) P#51
A case of tufted folliculitis
Park Min Su, Shur Ki-Beom, Lee Jeung Hoon, Park Jang-Kyu (Dept of Dermatology, Chungnam National University - School of Medicine, Taejon, Korea) P#53
Suitability of shampoo used on treatment induced alopecia
Margaret Simpson, Pauline Hepher, Miriam Tadjali, Elaine Stevens (The Ayrshire Hospice, Ayr, Scotland) P#55
Hair removal and hair follicle targeting
de Ramecourt Adeline1, Leroy Thérèse2 and Van Neste Dominique2 (1Private electrolysis practice, Paris, France; 2Skinterface, Tournai, Belgium) P#57
Dandruff and seborrheic dermatitis result from oleic acid released from sebum lipids by Malassezia lipase activity
Thomas L. Dawson Jr. , Joseph R. Kaczvinsky, Yvonne DeAngelis, Roger Treadway and James R.Schwartz (The Procter & Gamble Company, Cincinnati, OH, USA) P#59

Dandruff, part III : effective treatment requires products based on potent actives optimized for effective delivery to the scalp
James R. Schwartz, Thomas L. Dawson Jr., Joseph R. Kaczvinsky, Raphael Warren and Caroline W. Cardin (The Procter & Gamble Company, Cincinnati, OH, USA) P#61

Scalp disease prevalence in Caucasians, African Americans and Chinese and the effects of shampoo frequency on scalp health
Janet Hickman1, Xuemin Wang2, Nia Nesmith and Caroline W. Cardin3 (1Education and Research, Lynchburg, Va.; 2Shanghai Skin Disease & STD Hospital, Shanghai, China; 3The Procter and Gamble Company, Cincinnati, OH, USA) P#63

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