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Molecular Immunology

Print ISSN
0161-5890
Electronic ISSN
1872-9142
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2.916
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Sciencedirect
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http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/01615890
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759
Article count
6251
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93
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0.0148776
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CSA, Gale, Proquest, Ingenta, Rcgp, and Sciencedirect from 1979

  1. Immune response profile elicited by the model antigen ovalbumin expressed in fusion with the bacterial OprI lipoprotein.

    Molecular Immunology 64(1):36 (2015) PMID 25467796

    We used the model antigen ovalbumin (OVA) expressed in fusion with the bacterial lipoprotein OprI in order to characterize the immunomodulatory properties of this TLR ligand. Murine bone marrow-derived dendritic cells stimulated with OprI-OVA fusion lipoprotein produced high levels of the pro-inflam...
  2. A complement C5 gene mutation, c.754G>A:p.A252T, is common in the Western Cape, South Africa and found to be homozygous in seven percent of ...

    Molecular Immunology 64(1):170 (2015) PMID 25534848

    We know of no previous reports of C5 deficiency being associated with a number of independent meningococcal disease cases in particular communities. Here we describe C5 deficiency in seven unrelated Western Cape, South African families. Three different C5 mutations c.55C>T:p.Q19X, c.754G>A:p.A252T a...
  3. Relationship between the complement system, risk factors and prediction models in age-related macular degeneration.

    Molecular Immunology 63(2):176 (2015) PMID 25074023

    We have linked the complement system with modifiable and non-modifiable AMD risk factors as well as with prediction models of AMD. Understanding the association between the complement system, risk factors and prediction models will help improve our understanding of AMD pathology and management of th...
  4. CD147 and CD98 complex-mediated homotypic aggregation attenuates the CypA-induced chemotactic effect on Jurkat T cells.

    Molecular Immunology 63(2):253 (2015) PMID 25089027

    Our data also showed that p-ERK, p-ZAP70, p-CD3ζ and p-LCK were significantly decreased in the CD147- and CD98-knocked down Jurkat T cells, which suggested that decreased CD147- and/or CD98-induced homotypic T cell aggregation and aggregation-inhibited chemotaxis might be associated with these signa...
  5. Porcine NOD1 polymorphisms with impaired ligand recognition and their distribution in pig populations.

    Molecular Immunology 63(2):305 (2015) PMID 25128158

    We identified 12 synonymous and nine nonsynonymous single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) in the coding sequence of porcine NOD1 within major commercial breeds in the swine industry. Among the nonsynonymous SNPs, two amino-acid alterations located in the leucine-rich repeats region, glycine to gluta...
  6. Calcium mobilization is both required and sufficient for initiating chromatin decondensation during activation of peripheral T-cells.

    Molecular Immunology 63(2):540 (2015) PMID 25453467 PMCID PMC4254631

    We investigated the mechanism by which TCR signaling can initiate chromatin decondensation, focusing on the role of calcium mobilization. During T-cell activation, calcium is first released from intracellular stores, followed by influx of extracellular calcium via store operated calcium entry. We sh...
  7. A new mouse anti-mouse complement receptor type 2 and 1 (CR2/CR1) monoclonal antibody as a tool to study receptor involvement in chronic mod...

    Molecular Immunology 63(2):479 (2015) PMID 25457881 PMCID PMC4303539

    We have addressed this problem by generating in Cr2−/− mice a mouse monoclonal antibody (mAb 4B2) to mouse CR2/CR1. The binding of murine mAb 4B2 to CR2/CR1 directly blocked C3dg (C3d) ligand binding. In vivo injection of mAb 4B2 induced substantial down regulation of CR2 and CR1 from the B cell sur...
  8. Characterization of the biological activities and physicochemical characteristics of recombinant bovine interferon-α14.

    Molecular Immunology 64(1):163 (2015) PMID 25480392

    A BoIFN-α gene that included signal sequence was amplified from bovine liver genomic DNA. The gene was named BoIFN-α14 according to the position at which the encoded gene of the bovine IFN was located in the bovine genome. The sequence included a 23-amino acid signal peptide and 166-amino acid matur...
  9. MALT1 induced immune response is governed by miR-2909 RNomics.

    Molecular Immunology 64(1):210 (2015) PMID 25500259

    Our results reported here provide evidence for the first time to support the view that MALT1 exerts its effect upon immune response involving genes coding for retinoic acid-inducible gene 1 (RIG1); interferon-β (IFN-β); apo-lipoprotein B mRNA-editing, enzyme-catalytic, polypeptide-like 3G (APOBEC3G)...
  10. Mast cells in renal inflammation and fibrosis: lessons learnt from animal studies.

    Molecular Immunology 63(1):86 (2015) PMID 24793464

    Mast cells are hematopoietic cells involved in inflammation and immunity and have been recognized also as important effector cells in kidney inflammation. In humans, only a few mast cells reside in kidneys constitutively but in progressive renal diseases their numbers increase substantially represen...