6 edition of Cellular signaling and innate immune responses to RNA virus infections found in the catalog.
Cellular signaling and innate immune responses to RNA virus infections
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Allan R. Brasier, Adolfo García-Sastre, Stanley M. Lemon.|
|Contributions||Brasier, Allan R., García-Sastre, Adolfo., Lemon, Stanley M.|
|LC Classifications||QR395 .C45 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2008020320|
The book opens with a chapter that comprehensively reviews the antiviral effects of extracellular double-stranded RNA, the viral toxin. This is followed by chapters that review the properties of type I and type III interferons, and the role of interferon-stimulated genes. The next five chapters are devoted to understanding the diverse strategies used by clinically relevant human viruses to. infections, but when that does not happen, the induced innate immune response, the topic for this chapter of the book, is brought into play as the second phase. If after 4 days of infection the combined actions of the immediate and induced innate immune responses have not been sufficient to subdue the infection, the immune system.
Human metapneumovirus (hMPV) is a recently identified RNA virus belonging to the Paramyxoviridae family, which includes several major human and animal pathogens. Epidemiological studies indicate that hMPV is a significant human respiratory pathogen with worldwide distribution. It is associated with respiratory illnesses in children, adults, and immunocompromised patients, ranging from upper Cited by: An innate immune response that has lethal capability and amplifies other innate responses. It is activated upon invasion by pathogens, and involved 30 serum proteins. The major function is lysis of the bacterial cell wall and viral envelope, which is accomplished through a membrane attack complex. Other innate immune signaling molecules have been evaluated for their involvement in DNA vaccine immunogenicity and demonstrated that IRF3 is only involved in cellular immune responses but not humoral immune responses. Although STING and TBK1 studies were examined by imEPT to evaluate their contribution to the immunogenicity of the DNA vaccine Cited by:
Regulation of RLR-Mediated Signaling by Stress-Induced RNA Granules. Viral infection induces cellular stress responses, including the formation of cytoplasmic membrane-less RNA granules, termed stress granules (SGs) (67). A recent study revealed that RLRs are localized in virus-induced SGs, together with cellular mRNAs, 40S ribosomes and RNA Cited by: Introduction. Batai virus (BATV) is an enveloped, single-stranded, negative sense RNA genome. It is a member of the genus Orthobunyavirus and belongs to the order Bunyavirales; it was first isolated from Culex mosquitoes in Malaysia in Evidence from serological surveillance and virus isolation shows that this virus is widely distributed around the : Peribunyaviridae. It has been shown that the RIG-I pathway has a significant role in host innate immune responses when the pathogen is an RNA virus. RIG-I recognizes 5′-triphosphate and short ss/dsRNA structures present in genomic and replicated viral RNAs. RIG-I activates mitochondrial antiviral signaling protein (MAVS) which is located in mitochondrial Author: Felix B. He, Krister Melén, Laura Kakkola, Ilkka Julkunen.
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SyntaxTextGen not activatedRNA viruses utilize the RIG-I innate pdf pathway to induce expression of Siglec-G, a lectin that promotes the degradation of RIG-I. The resulting negative Cited by: Role of Toll-Like Receptors in the Innate Immune Response to RNA Viruses in, editor(s)Brasier, A.R.
et al., Cellular Signaling and Innate Immune Responses to RNA Virus Infections, ASM Press,[Keating, S.E. & Bowie A.G.] Book Chapter, The immune system ebook both innate and adaptive immune responses.
Innate immunity occurs ebook because of genetic factors or physiology; it is not induced by infection or vaccination but works to reduce the workload for the adaptive immune response.
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