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have shown that binding of TANK to IKKε leads to its

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have shown that binding of TANK to IKKε leads to its phosphorylation and Lys63-linked polyubiquitination, both of which are required for IRF3 activation 23. Our data suggest that NAP1 can serve as substrate of IKKε as well. Whether phosphorylation and … Continue reading

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Resting peripheral blood T cells or T cells prestimulated with DC

Resting peripheral blood T cells or T cells prestimulated with DC did not express IL-35 subunits upon PMA/Ionomycin stimulation (data not shown). In order to find out whether R-DC induced inhibitory T cells release IL-35, we co-immunopreciptated the cytokine out … Continue reading

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5 Partially folded HLA-B27 molecules, linked by the relatively u

5. Partially folded HLA-B27 molecules, linked by the relatively unique cysteine 67 residue in the peptide-binding groove have been detected both in vitro and in vivo,8,9,33,34 and may be a contributory factor to the development of the arthritic condition ankylosing … Continue reading

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In addition to stimulating factors such as cytokines which can pr

In addition to stimulating factors such as cytokines which can provoke NK cells function, it should be noted that viral infections Autophagy Compound Library clinical trial may be as other potent stimulators of NK cells in AD. It has been … Continue reading

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The aim of this study was to investigate the potential role of DN

The aim of this study was to investigate the potential role of DNase I in the morbidity of type 2 diabetes and diabetic nephropathy. Methods: DNase I activity in diabetic patients and rats serum was examined by radial enzyme-diffusion method. DNase … Continue reading

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Our results suggest

that among many other mediators of ei

Our results suggest that among many other mediators of eicosanoid signalling n-butyrate massively induces PGE2 production by increasing the expression of PTGS2 (COX-2) in monocytes following TLR4 and TLR2 activation and induces secretion of LTB4 and thromboxane B2. This underscores … Continue reading

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These results suggest that both MDR1 and MRPs are involved in DC

These results suggest that both MDR1 and MRPs are involved in DC maturation under LPS and hypoxia. In fact, our results under hypoxia point to a possible downstream mechanistic pathway via hypoxia-induced expression of HIF-1α. Interestingly, HIF-1α achieved similar values … Continue reading

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An unbalanced chromosomal translocation was found in all metaphas

An unbalanced chromosomal translocation was found in all metaphases and confirmed by mFISH. The karyotype of the case is: 50∼99,XXX, +der(1;7)(q10;p10),inc[47] The derivative chromosome was found in all 47 analyzed cells, but the number of derivatives varied from one to … Continue reading

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38 We then

determined if the phenotypic and endocytic dif

38 We then determined if the phenotypic and endocytic differences between MoDCs and BDCs translated into differences in their ability to induce T-cell proliferation using autologous T cells. To this end, pigs were vaccinated with PTd and isolated cells were … Continue reading

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Moreover, other proteases have been indentified in chromaffines g

Moreover, other proteases have been indentified in chromaffines granules, including the neuroendocrine-specific carboxypeptidase E/H and the Lys/Arg-amino peptidases [55]. These data suggest that Cgs might serve as a prohormone for a shorter fragment having regulatory properties [56]. In the rat … Continue reading

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