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Activation of chemokine genes in response to interferon (IFN)-γ or NF-κB is an important aspect of inflammation. Using the chemokine gene ip-10 in mouse embryonic fibroblast cells as an example, we show that the response to IFN-γ is long lasting but secondary: initial STAT1 activation drives...
A surge in luteinizing hormone (LH) triggers physiological changes within the ovarian follicles, including reprogramming to induce terminal differentiation of the granulosa cells (GCs). Cytokines are members of a large regulatory network that resides in the ovaries and are involved in the...
Biological membranes are described as a mosaic of different domains where interactions between membrane components induce the formation of subdomains with different characteristics and functions. Lipids play an important role in the formation of lipid-enriched microdomains where they dynamically...
Members of the interferon regulatory factor (IRF) family are transcription factors implicated in the regulation of a variety of biological processes. Originally identified as intracellular mediators of the induction and biological activities of interferons, their central role in host resistance...
The aim of this work is to better understand the responses of people that are exposed to agricultural organic dust and other factors in modern swine production. We investigated the effects of toll-like receptor 4 ( TLR4 ) genotype and gender on respiratory responses of naïve volunteers (18–28...
Interleukin-4 (IL-4)-induced Stat6 activities (phenotypes) vary among human cancer cells, of which the HT-29 cell line carries an active Stat6 high phenotype, while Caco-2 carries a defective Stat6 null phenotype, respectively. Cancer cells with Stat6 high show resistance to apoptosis and...
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