5 edition of Dendritic Cells and Virus Infection found in the catalog.
June 4, 2003
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||205|
Herpes simplex virus infection of human dendritic cells induces apoptosis and allows cross-presentation via uninfected dendritic cells. J. Immunol. , – doi: /jimmunolCited by: Following infection through the bite, cells of the hematopoietic lineage, like dendritic cells, are the first targets of dengue virus infection. Dendritic cells (DCs) are key antigen presenting cells, sensing pathogens, processing and presenting the antigens to T lymphocytes, and Cited by:
Coronaviruses (CoV) infect a variety of organs, including the liver, respiratory and enteric tracts, and the central nervous system (CNS). Viral cellular and tissue tropism affects both the quality and quantity of the immune response, which ultimately determine viral control and pathogenesis. This chapter focuses primarily on the in vivo interactions between the immune system and the infected Author: Cornelia C. Bergmann, Thomas E. Lane, Stephen A. Stohlman. The following 5 years led to joint publications on NK cells in humans after IFN therapy (Nature ; ) and the actions of IFN on human B cells during measles virus infection and in autoimmune diseases, particularly multiple sclerosis (J Infect ; ; ; ). How fitting, then, to honor Tom and his service to the biomedical community Cited by: 9.
This is the most comprehensive handbook on dendritic cells, featuring an introduction by Ralph M. Steinman and written by top experts. In three volumes, it covers all aspects from molecular cell biology to clinical applications, highlighting the role of dendritic cells in fighting cancer, virus infections, and autoimmune diseases. Innate immune recognition of viral infection. Akira, S., Medzhitov, R. & Iwasaki, A. Toll-like receptor 9-mediated recognition of herpes simplex virus-2 by plasmacytoid dendritic cells. J. by:
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Buy Dendritic Cells and Virus Infection (Current Topics in Microbiology and Immunology Book ): Read Books Reviews - Dendritic cells (DC) are vital to induce potent anti-viral immune responses. However, viruses have developed a large number of different escape mechanisms in order to overcome the host immune system.
A prime target in this respect are DC, since they are the only antigen presenting cell able to induce also naive T : Hardcover. --Infection of dendritic cells by lymphocytic choriomeningitis virus (LCMV) --The interaction between dendritic cells and Herpes Simplex Virus-1 --pt.
2: Dendritic cells and immune-intervention strategies --Dendritic cell-based immunotherapy --Dendritic cell vaccination and viral infection --animal models --Interplay between human papilloma. Dendritic cells are vital to induce potent anti-viral immune responses.
It will become clear to the reader that dendritic cells often play a dual role during viral infections. On the one hand they are able to mount potent antiviral immune responses, and on the other hand several viruses, including.
Dendritic cells (DC) are potent antigen-presenting cells that are critical in the initiation of immune responses to control and/or eliminate viral infections. Recent studies have investigated the effects of virus infection on the biology of DC.
This review Cited by: Dendritic cells (DC) are vital to induce potent anti-viral immune responses. However, viruses have developed a large number of different escape mechanisms in order to overcome the host immune system. A prime target in this respect are DC, since they are the only antigen presenting cell able to induce also naive T cells.
Get this from a library. Dendritic Cells and Virus Infection. [A Steinkasserer] -- Dendritic cells (DC) are vital to induce potent anti-viral immune responses. However, viruses have developed a large number of different escape mechanisms in order to overcome the host immune system.
Dendritic cells are vital to induce potent anti-viral immune responses. It will become clear to the reader that dendritic cells often play a dual role during viral infections. On the one hand they are able to mount potent antiviral immune responses, and on the other hand several viruses, including HIV-1, use DC as a vector to be transferred Brand: Springer Berlin Heidelberg.
Dendritic cells and influenza A virus infection Article Literature Review (PDF Available) in Virulence 3(7) October with 62 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Although the major targets of HIV infection are CD4+ T cells, dendritic cells (DC) represent a crucial subset in HIV infection as they influence viral transmission, target cell infection and antigen presentation of HIV antigens.
DC are potent antigen presenting cells that can modulate anti-viral immune by: Dendritic Cells, Second Edition is the new edition of the extremely successful book published in With the volume of literature on dendritic cells doubling every year, it is almost impossible to keep up.
This book provides the most up-to-date synthesis of the literature, written by the very best authors. Given rapid research progress and advance of the techniques in studying HIV interactions with host cells and factors, there is a critical need for a book on HIV interactions with DCs.
The proposed book will aim for a broad readership to facilitate HIV/AIDS research and provide a practical tool for. When the dendritic cell takes up HIV and then travels to the lymph node, the virus can be transferred to helper CD4+ T-cells, contributing to the developing infection.
This infection of dendritic cells by HIV explains one mechanism by which the virus could persist after prolonged HAART .MeSH: D langerhans cells and recurrent infection with herpes simplex virus.- uv treatment of skin: effect on langerhans cells and hsv-1 infection.- uv treatment of the skin and hsv-1 infection.- involvement of epidermal and lymph node dendritic cells in skin hsv-1 infection.- human warts and langerhans cells.- warts, carcinoma and.
6. epidermal dendritic cells in aged c57bl/6 mice.- hiv infection of langerhans cells in aids.- 7. immunohistology of skin from aids patients.- 8. hiv infection of skin langerhans cells.- 9. hiv infection of peripheral blood dendritic cells.- human immunodeficient virus (hiv) and its interactions with epidermal langerhans cells (lc.
Virus-induced immunosuppression: immune system-mediated destruction of virus-infected dendritic cells results in generalized immune suppression. J Virol 69 – PubMed Google Scholar Borrow P, and Oldstone M. ().Cited by: Dendritic cells in dengue virus infection: targets of virus replication and mediators of immunity Michael A.
Schmid 1 *, Michael S. Diamond 2,3,4 and Eva Harris 1 * 1 Division of Infectious Diseases and Vaccinology, School of Public Health, University of California Berkeley, Berkeley, CA, USACited by: Dendritic cells induce IFNs via TLR7 and TLR9 signaling, which can promote autoimmunity and increase acute inflammat78 and decrease viral replication.
79–82 Decreasing virus load can limit acute inflammation by promoting viral clearance. 83 Type 1 and 2 IFNs also inhibit extracellular matrix (ECM) remodeling, fibrosis, and cardiac. CD4 + T cells may mediate direct purging of MHC class II-expressing cells, such as B cells (which can be infected by, for example, EBV or murine gamma herpesvirus), macrophages, and dendritic cells (which can be infected by several viruses), or microglia (targets of several CNS infections, including Theiler's virus or mouse hepatitis virus).
Dendritic cells (DCs) play a pivotal role as antigen-presenting cells in the antiviral immune response. Here we show that Hantaan virus (HTNV), which belongs to the Bunyaviridae family (genus. Protective immune defences are dependent upon critical roles played by dendritic cells (DCs), rendering them important targets for both vaccine delivery and virus infection.
Studies in these areas led to successful development of targeted vaccine delivery, including synthetic virus-like particle (SVLP) and nanoparticulate RNA vaccines. A major consideration is DC endocytosis, whereby the Cited by: 1. The dendritic cell binds to HIV and moves to the lymph node where it contributes to the development of the infection by transferring the virus to CD4+ T helper cells.Herpes simplex viruses not only infect a variety of different cell types, including dendritic cells (DCs), but also modulate important cellular functions in benefit of the virus.
Given the relevance of directed immune cell migration during the initiation of potent antiviral immune .