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Ficolins are a group of proteins characterized by the presence of collagen-like and fibrinogen-like domains. Two of three human ficolins, L -ficolin and H -ficolin, are serum lectins that form complexes with mannose-binding lectin-associated serine proteases (MASPs) and play important roles in...
There are four cysteines (Cys 74 , Cys 104 , Cys 112 and Cys 163 ) in mature human IL-18 (hIL-18). These cysteines are highly conserved in IL-18s of 11 species cloned so far, suggesting that one or more of the cysteines may be important for hIL-18 function. In this study, each cysteine residue...
The Fraction 1 (F1) antigen of Yersinia pestis is known to induce thymocyte proliferation. It serves as a major protective antigen against challenge of Y. pestis . Recently, we reported rF1-induced activation of macrophages. Current investigation elucidates the role of p42/44 mitogen-activated...
Successful treatment of stage 4 neuroblastoma remains a major challenge in pediatric oncology. In order to improve the outcome, passive immunotherapy using human–mouse chimeric monoclonal anti-disialoganglioside GD2 antibody ch14.18 has been evaluated in early phase clinical trials with...
Autoimmune uveitis is a group of ocular inflammatory disorders with unknown causes. As in other autoimmune diseases, identification of autoantigens from uveitis patients would markedly improve our understanding of the disease mechanism. Here, we report that a candidate autoantigen was identified...
Activation-induced cell death (AICD) in T lymphocytes depends on the expression of Fas-ligand, which triggers the apoptotic process after binding to its receptor Fas. This leads to the activation of cysteine proteases of the caspase family and especially of caspase-3, a critical effector protein...
Class I alleles of the HLA-A3 superfamily (-A*0301, -A*1101, -A*3101, -A*3301, and -Aw*6801) share largely overlapping peptide repertoires. Cross-reactive T cell responses between HLA-A3-like molecule/peptide complexes have been demonstrated in vitro and during natural diseases. In spite of this...
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