Collagen-related lectins in innate immunity, 2007

  • 237 Pages
  • 2.36 MB
  • English
Research Signpost , Trivandrum, Kerala, India
Collectins, Natural immunity, Innate Imm
Statementeditor, Dave Kilpatrick
LC ClassificationsQP552.C62 C65 2007
The Physical Object
Pagination237 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24805782M
ISBN 108130801558
ISBN 139788130801551
LC Control Number2010427055

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Country of Publication: India Publisher. Mannose-binding lectin (MBL) is an oligomeric, calcium-dependent lectin of the collectin subfamily. It is a pattern-recognition molecule, specific for a broad spectrum of nonself (and altered self) ligands.

It acts as an opsonin and activates the lectin pathway of complement (in association with MBL-associated serine proteases).Cited by: 2. The innate immunity plays a vital role in providing protection during the neonatal period. Various stimulants have been shown to enhance the potential and functioning of.

This paper summarizes the data concerning soluble defense lectins (mannan-binding lectin, M-ficolin, L-ficolin, and H-ficolin) with the unique ability to activate complement and their associated serine proteases (MASPs) in neonates.

The clinical importance of deficiencies of these immune factors is presented in aspects of perinatal mortality, premature births, and low by: Research Achievement (Book) The Multiple Authorship:The novel collectins, CL-L1, CL-P1, CL-K1. Collagen-related lectins in innate immunity, Research Signpost,Suzuki, Y., Ohtani, K., Wakamiya, N.

The Book (the science book) Industrial Property The Patent, Ischemic disorder-promoting polypeptide. The Lectin Pathway of Complement Activation Is a Critical Component of the Innate Immune Response to Pneumococcal Infection Youssif M. Ali, 1, 2 Nicholas J.

Lynch, 1 Kashif S. Haleem, 1 Teizo Fujita, 3 Yuichi Endo, 3 Soren Hansen, 4 Uffe Holmskov, 4 Kazue Takahashi, 5 2007 book L. Stahl, 5 Thomas Dudler, 6 Umakhanth V. Girija, 1 Cited by: Nevertheless, Lectin Reviews (Kilpatrick et al., b) and Collagen-Related Lectins in Innate Immunity (Kilpatrick, b) were completed on schedule without loss of editorial sanity.

Our guide to AIDS for teenagers (Kilpatrick and Kilpatrick, ) was relatively easy to write and it is pleasing, if surprising, that it is still being Author: David C. Kilpatrick.

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gC1q-R/p33, a member of a new class of multifunctional and multicompartmental cellular proteins, is involved in inflammation and infection.

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may contribute to increased collagen levels in OSF Tilakaratne WM, Klinikowski MF, Saku T, Peters TJ, Warnakulasuriya S Oral Oncology ;– Molecular Aspects of Innate and Adaptive Immunity Dedication This book is dedicated to all former members of the Medical Research Council Immunochemistry Unit, –, and especially in remembrance of the staff members Rod Porter, Rachel Fruchter, Lawrence Mole, Alan Williams, Tony Gascoyne, Audrey Richards, and visiting scientists Marion Koshland.

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All All Journal Article Presentation Book [Book] Immunomodulatory funcfions of pulmonary collectins In Collagen-Related Innate Immunity(Edited by Dave Kirkpatrik) All Journal Article Presentation Book Author(s) 黒木 由夫. Journal Title. 臨床検査 (印刷中) [Journal Article] Pulmonary collectins in innate immunity of the lung Author(s) Kuroki Y.

Journal Title. Cell Microbiol 9 Immunomodulatory functions of pulmonary collectins In Collagen-Related Lectins in Innate Immunity All All Journal Article Presentation Book [Book] The ficolin family: an overview In "Collagen-related lectins in innate immunity" The classical complement pathway is activated by binding of C1q to immune complexes.

On the other hand, the lectin complement pathway is activated by binding of lectins to carbohydrates on the surfaces of pathogens without involvement of immunoglobulins. The lectin and classical pathways are present in animals above ascidians and cartilaginous fishes, respectively.

Identification of the collagen type 1 alpha 1 gene (COL 1 A 1) as a candidate survival-related factor associated with hepatocellular carcinoma. PubMed Central.

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Background Hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) is one of the major causes of cancer-related death especially among Asian and African populations.

COLLAGEN-RELATED LECTINS IN INNATE IMMUNITY Kilpatrick D. edd. Research Spotlight, KereLa, India. p 大谷克城, 鈴木定彦, 若宮伸隆. () ヒト胎盤コレクチン1. 臨床検査 鈴木定彦 () らい菌抗原とハンセン病の分子生物学. Collagen Ialpha1 and vitamin D receptor gene polymorphisms in South African whites, blacks and Indians. PubMed. Ojwang, P J; Pegoraro, R J; Rom, L; Lanning, P.

To determine whether polymorphic differences exist between black, white and Indian South Africans in genes associated with bone mineral density and osteoporosis. Genes selected. COLLAGEN-RELATED LECTINS IN INNATE IMMUNITY Kilpatrick D.

edd. Research Spotlight, KereLa, India. p; 大谷克城, 鈴木定彦, 若宮伸隆. () ヒト胎盤コレクチン1. 臨床検査 鈴木定彦 () らい菌抗原とハンセン病の分子生物学. Tytuł: The collagen-related lectins, L-ficolin and MBL, in children with recurrent respiratory ifections and allergies Tytuł całości: W: 23rd International Lectin Meeting Strony: s.

33 Konferencja: Edynburg, Typ publikacji: ZSZ Język publikacji: EN Inne bazy podające opis: Web of Science / Color profile: Disabled Composite Default screen Preface Preface Preface Dramatic advances are being made in the study of parasitic nematodes, progress made possible by the wealth of new molecular biological, biochemical and immunological tools which have recently become available.