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  1. The Src tyrosine kinase Lck binds to CD2, CD4-1, and CD4-2 T cell co-receptors in channel catfish, Ictalurus punctatus

    Molecular Immunology 66(2):126 (2015)

    • Catfish Lck and CD2 were identified and are specifically expressed by T cells. • Binding experiments with Lck and T cell co-receptors indicate that CD2, CD4-1, a...
  2. New insights on the transcriptional regulation of CD69 gene through a potent enhancer located in the conserved non-coding sequence 2

    Molecular Immunology 66(2):171 (2015)

    • Previously described conserved non-coding sequences (1–4) of CD69 were in silico analyzed. • Multiple TFBSs are identified in the CNS2 region by DNA cross-specie...
  3. Structural features, IgE binding and preliminary clinical findings of the 7 kDa Lipid Transfer Protein from tomato seeds

    Molecular Immunology 66(2):154 (2015)

  4. Mechanisms that lead to the regulation of NLRP3 inflammasome expression and activation in human dental pulp fibroblasts

    Molecular Immunology 66(2):253 (2015)

    • We find that the NLRP3 inflammasome is constitutively expressed in HDPFs. • The NLRP3 inflammasome plays a critical role in IL-1β secretion in HDPFs. ...
  5. The equine immune responses to infectious and allergic disease: A model for humans?

    Molecular Immunology 66(1):89 (2015)

    • The equine immune response to infectious agents and allergens can serve as a useful model for similar human responses. • While there are some differences in the ...
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    Molecular Immunology 66(1):IFC (2015)

  7. Model systems to analyze the role of miRNAs and commensal microflora in bovine mucosal immune system development

    Molecular Immunology 66(1):57 (2015)

    • miRNAs regulate immune cell development. • miRNA expression is region and age-dependent in the bovine gastro-intestinal tract. ...
  8. Evidence for a common mucosal immune system in the pig

    Molecular Immunology 66(1):22 (2015)

    • There is evidence that the common mucosal immune system exists in pigs. • Vaccination at an easily accessible mucosal site may assist in providing protection at ...
  9. Contribution of the complement Membrane Attack Complex to the bactericidal activity of human serum

    Molecular Immunology 65(2):328 (2015) PMID 25725315

    • Gram-negative bacteria that are sensitive to human serum are not necessarily killed by the MAC. • The MAC can kill Gram-negative bacteria at different rates. ...
  10. microRNAs targeting the immunomodulatory HLA-G gene: A new survey searching for microRNAs with potential to regulate HLA-G

    Molecular Immunology 65(2):230 (2015) PMID 25700346

    • We developed a computational analysis that infers miRNA/mRNA interaction. • We inferred a series of miRNAs that may regulate the HLA-G gene. ...