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STABILITY OF CORRELATION-IMMUNE FUNCTIONS
相关免疫函数的稳定性

Wen Qiaoyan,Xiao Guozhen,
温巧燕
,肖国镇

电子与信息学报 , 1999,
Abstract: The stability ot correlation-immune functions is discussed in tins paper.The correlation-immunity is not stable and generalized Correlation-immunity is stable.
Effects of Methionine on the Immune Function in Animals  [PDF]
Tao Ruan, Lingjun Li, Xi Peng, Bangyuan Wu
Health (Health) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/health.2017.95061
Abstract:
Nutrition and immunity are the hot topics in animal’s production, and the effects of methionine on the immunity are already confirmed as the deep research on the nutrition of amino acid and immune function. However, the relationship of the methionine and immunity has not been elucidated clearly, this review aims to clarify the effects of methionine on immune function in the aspects of growth and development immune organs, the histological structure of the immune organs, non-specific immunity, humoral immunity, cellular immunity and cytokines, and to provide foundations for further studies on the relationship between methionine and immune function.
Renal Transplant Immunosuppression Impairs Natural Killer Cell Function In Vitro and In Vivo  [PDF]
Olivier Morteau,Samkeliso Blundell,Aron Chakera,Sophia Bennett,Charita M. Christou,Philip D. Mason,Richard J. Cornall,Christopher A. O'Callaghan
PLOS ONE , 2012, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0013294
Abstract: Despite an increasing awareness of the importance of innate immunity, the roles of natural killer (NK) cells in transplant rejection and antiviral and cancer immunity during immunosuppression have not been clearly defined.
Prolyl Isomerase Pin1 Protects Mice from Endotoxin Shock  [PDF]
Hirotada Akiyama,Takuma Misawa,Masao Ono,Chiyoko Uchida,Takafumi Uchida
PLOS ONE , 2012, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0014656
Abstract: Prolyl isomerase Pin1 may be involved in innate immunity against microbial infection, but the mechanism how Pin1 controls the innate immunity is poorly understood.
Resistance of human leukocytes to vesicular stomatitis virus infection as one of the innate antiviral immune activities; participation of cell subpopulations.  [cached]
Ewa Zaczynska,Danuta Du?,Maria Paprocka,Zofia B?ach-Olszewska
Folia Histochemica et Cytobiologica , 2008, DOI: 10.5603/4462
Abstract: Among reactions of innate immunity, resistance of human peripheral blood leukocytes (PBL) to viral infection seems important. The purpose of our study was to find, which of the subpopulations of PBL is the most responsible for the innate antiviral immunity of these cells. The innate immunity was measured by using the direct method of infection of leukocytes with vesicular stomatitis virus (VSV). The lack of VSV replication by infected leukocytes (0-1 log TCID50) was taken as an indicator for complete immunity; a low level of VSV (2-3 log) for partial immunity; and high VSV titer (more than 4 log) for no immunity. The resistance/innate immunity of whole PBL and subpopulations such as: adherent cells, fractions enriched in lymphocytes T, and lymphocytes B (separated on column with nylon wool), NK(+) and NK(-) (separated by microbeads activated cell sorting MACS) differ from each other. All fractions express higher resistance/innate immunity than the whole PBL. NK(+) cells were found the most resistant fraction of PBL to VSV infection. The results indicate that among the leukocytes in PBL the regulation mechanisms of innate immunity exist. The study on the mechanism of innate immunity regulation as well as the role of NK in innate immunity of PBL must be continued.
Lymphocyte Subpopulations in Pulmonary Tuberculosis Patients  [PDF]
Figen Deveci,H. Handan Akbulut,Ilhami Celik,M. Hamdi Muz,Fulya lhan
Mediators of Inflammation , 2006, DOI: 10.1155/mi/2006/89070
Abstract: Protection against Mycobacterium tuberculosis is based on cell-mediated immunity, most importantly involving CD4
Immunoinformatics and its role in microbes and vaccines
Chate P.B.,Kayarkar N.A.,Durgude S.G.,Maurya B.D.
International Journal of Parasitology Research , 2009,
Abstract: Immunoinformatics utilizes bioinformatics applications such as immune related databases withintegration of mathematics, information science, computer engineering, genomics, proteomics which bridgeimmunology and informatics. Plants lack adaptive immune system and rely on innate immunity whichconsists of many protein interactions, which protect them from infections. The plant innate immunity consistsof many molecular switches that help in activation of plant innate immunity. The plant innate immunity alsoconsists of many elicitors and suppressors that elicit and suppress the plant innate immunity respectively.Fragment-based drug discovery is a new approach that builds drugs from small chemical structures.
Lung defences: an overview
L. P. Nicod
European Respiratory Review , 2005,
Abstract: Lung defences are dependant on a complex array of mechanisms in the upper airways, which must to be differentiated from those of the distal airways. However, the first lines of defence in the proximal and distal airways are predominantly based on mechanical barriers and several mechanisms related to innate immunity. If pathogens or antigens reach the interstitium, dendritic cells will take up these intruders, reporting antigenic information to the pulmonary lymph nodes, where an adaptive immunity will be generated. Dendritic cells, by doing so, bridge innate immunity with adaptive immunity. Knowledge of these mechanisms is key when modulating immunity to increase defence mechanisms or decrease allergic phenomena.
MIG and the Regulatory Cytokines IL-10 and TGF-β1 Correlate with Malaria Vaccine Immunogenicity and Efficacy  [PDF]
Susanna J. Dunachie,Tamara Berthoud,Sheila M. Keating,Adrian V. S. Hill,Helen A. Fletcher
PLOS ONE , 2012, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0012557
Abstract: Malaria remains one of the world's greatest killers and a vaccine is urgently required. There are no established correlates of protection against malaria either for natural immunity to the disease or for immunity conferred by candidate malaria vaccines. The RTS,S/AS02A vaccine offers significant partial efficacy against malaria.
Imunopatogênese da psoríase
Sanchez, Ana Paula Galli;
Anais Brasileiros de Dermatologia , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S0365-05962010000500028
Abstract: psoriasis is a common inflammatory disease affecting 1% of the brazilian population. th17 and th1cells are involved with the immunopathogenisis of psoriasis. in this article it is discussed the interaction between the innate immunity (especially dendritic cells and keratinocytes) and adaptive immunity (t lymphocytes) in the pathogenesis of psoriasis.
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