By Inge Scharrer, Wolfgang Schramm
This e-book comprises the contribution to the thirty fifth Hemophilia Symposium, Hamburg 2004. the most themes are epidemiology, hazard of infections and inhibitors in hemophilia, continual hemophilic synovitis and long term result of orthopedic remedy, laboratory diagnostics and pediatric hemostaseology. the amount is rounded off by means of quite a few unfastened papers and posters on hemophilia and hemorrhagic issues and inhibitors in hemophilia.
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Since the structures between Prpc and Prpsc are similar there is no antibody formed in defense of the Prpsc of the immune system and there are no signs of inflammation. According to the mouse model established by P Brown  it might well be that initially when Prpsc is taken up from the gastrointestinal system there is a period of prion-aemia be it as a free molecule be it by the transport in macrophages and dentritic cells that finally lead to the deposition of Prpsc in lymphoid organs as tonsils, appendix, lymph node and/or spleen [10, 11, 1, 18].