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Dr. VojdaniA Brief Bibliography

Dr. Vojdani has written or co-authored more than 150 articles that have been published in peer-reviewed scientific journals. The collection on this page is not complete but offers a selected compendium of his works.

A potential link between environmental triggers and autoimmunity. Autoimmune Diseases; Volume 2014, Article ID 437231, dx.doi.org/10.1155/2014/437231.

For the assessment of intestinal permeability, size matters. Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine; 19(1):12-24, 2013.

The characterization of the repertoire of wheat antigens and peptides involved in the humoral immune responses in patients with gluten sensitivity and Crohn's disease. ISRN Allergy; doi:10.5402/2011/950104, 1-12, 2011.

Novel diagnosis of lyme disease: potential for CAM intervention . eCAM; 6(3):283-295, 2009.

The role of Th17 in neuroimmune disorders: target for CAM therapy I. eCAM; 2009
The role of Th17 in neuroimmune disorders: target for CAM therapy II. eCAM; 2009
The role of Th17 in neuroimmune disorders: target for CAM therapy III. eCAM; 2009

Detection of IgE, IgG, IgA and IgM antibodies against raw and processed food antigens. Nutrition and Metabolism; 2009.

A gut feeling for immune dysregulation and neuroinflammation in autism. The Autism File; 2009.

Low natural killer cell cytotoxic activity in autism: the role of glutathione, IL-2 and IL-15. Journal of Neuroimmunology; 205:148-154, 2008.

Antibodies as predictors of complex autoimmune diseases and cancer. International Journal of Immunopathology and Pharmacology; 2008.

Antibodies as predictors of complex autoimmune diseases. International Journal of Immunopathology and Pharmacology; 2008.

Antibodies as predictors of autoimmune diseases and cancer. Expert Opinion on Medical Diagnostics; 2008.

The immunology of gluten sensitivity beyond the intestinal tract. European Journal of Inflammation; 2008.

The immunology of immediate and delayed hypersensitivity reaction to gluten. European Journal of Inflammation; 2008.

Cellular and humoral immune abnormalities in Gulf War Veterans. Environmental Health Perspectives; 112(8):840-846, 2004.

 

 

 

 


Antibodies to neuron-specific antigens in children with autism: possible cross-reaction with encephalitogenic proteins from milk, Chlamydia pneumoniae and Streptococcus Group A. J. Neuroimmunol. 129:168-177, 2002.

Antibodies to myelin basic protein, myelin oligodendrocytes peptides, a-b-crystallin, lymphocyte activation and cytokine production in patients with multiple sclerosis.  J. Internal Med. 254:363-374, 2003.

Infections, toxic chemicals and dietary peptides binding to lymphocyte receptors and tissue enzymes are major instigators of autoimmunity in autism. Int. J. Immunopathol. Pharmacol. 16(3):189-199, 2003.

Saliva secretory IgA antibodies against molds and mycotoxins in patients exposed to toxigenic fungi. Immunopharmacol. Immunotoxicol. 25:595-614, 2003

Vojdani A. A Look at Infectious Agents as a Possible Causative Factor in Cardiovascular Disease: Part I. Lab Med 34(3):7-11, March 2003.
Vojdani A. A Look at Infectious Agents as a Possible Causative Factor in Cardiovascular Disease: Part II. Lab Med 34(4):5-9, April 2003.
Vojdani A. A Look at Infectious Agents as a Possible Causative Factor in Cardiovascular Disease: Part III. Lab Med 34(5):24-31, May 2003.

Antibodies against molds and mycotoxins following exposure to toxigenic fungi in a water-damaged building. Arch. Environ. Health 58(6):324-336, 2003.

Antibodies to molds and satratoxin in individuals exposed in water-damaged buildings. Arch. Environ. Health 58(7)421-432, 2003.

Mixed mold mycotoxicosis: Immunological changes in humans following exposure to water-damaged buildings. Arch. Environ. Health 58(7):410-420, July 2003.

Neural autoantibodies and neurophysiologic abnormalities in patients exposed to molds in water-damaged buildings.  Arch. Environ. Health  58(8):464-474, August 2003.

Heat shock protein and gliadin peptide promote development of peptidase antibodies in children with autism and patients with autoimmune disease. Clin. Diag. Lab. Immunol 11(3):515-524, May 2004.

Cross-reactivity of Aspergillus, Penicillium, and Stachybotrys antigens using affinity-purified antibodies and immunoassay. Arch. Environ. Health, 59(5):256-265, May 2004.

Vojdani A., Thrasher J.D., Cellular and humoral immune abnormalities in Gulf War veterans. Environmental Health Perspectives 112(8):840-846, June 2004.

Vojdani A., O’Bryan T., Green J.A., McCandless J., Woeller K.N., Vojdani E., Nourian A.A., Cooper E.L. Immune response to dietary proteins, gliadin and cerebellar peptides in children with autism. Nutritional Neuroscience 7(3):151-161,  June  2004.

Brasel T.L., Campbell A.W., Demers R.E., Ferguson B.S., Fink J., Vojdani A., Wilson S.C., Straus D.C. Detection of trichothecene mycotoxins in sera from individuals exposed to Stachybotrys chartarum in indoor environments. Archives of Environmental Health, 59(6):317-323,  June  2004.

Campbell A.W., Thrasher J.D., Gray M.R., Vojdani A., Molds and mycotoxins: effects on the neurological and immune system in humans. In: Sick Building Syndrome, 55, pp. 375-398,D. C. Straus (ed.), Academic Press/Elsevier, August 2004.

Vojdani A., Cooper E.L. Identification of diseases that may be targets for complementary and alternative medicine (CAM). In: Complementary and Alternative Approaches to Biomedicine, pp. 75-104, E. L. Cooper and N. Yamaguchi (eds.), Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers, 2004.

Vojdani A., Antibodies against Stachybotrys chartarum extract and its antigenic components, Stachyhemolysin and Stachyrase-A: A new clinical bio-marker. Medical Science Monitor, 11(5):139-145, 2005.

Vojdani A., Cooper E.L., Antibodies against central nervous system antigens in autism: possible cross-reaction with dietary proteins and infectious agent antigens. Neuropsychiatric Disorders and Infection, pp. 171-186, S.H. Fatemi (ed.), Taylor & Francis Ltd., London, 2005.

Vojdani A., Erde J., Regulatory T cells, a potent immunoregulatory target for CAM researchers: the ultimate antagonist (I). eCAM. 3(1):25-30, Mar 2006

Vojdani A., Erde J., Regulatory T cells, a potent immunoregulatory target for CAM researchers: Modulating allergic and infectious disease pathology (II). eCAM.; 3(2):209–215, 2006.

Vojdani A, Erde J. Regulatory T cells, a potent immunoregulatory target for CAM researchers: Modulating tumor immunity, autoimmunity and alloreactive immunity (III). eCAM; 3(3):309-316, 2006.

Hormone Allergy, Amer J Reprod Immunol, 55:307-313, 2006.

In vivo-induced antigen technology: the most sensitive method of detection for Lyme disease and other tick-borne diseases. Townsend Letter, April:107-113, 2007.

The use of lymphocyte proliferation assay and cytokine production in seronegative patients with Lyme arthritis or neuroborreliosis. Townsend Letter, May:104-111, 2007.

Novel diagnosis of Lyme disease: potential for CAM intervention. eCAM, 2009 6(3):283-295.

 

 

 

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