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Free Content Tracking the dynamics of T-cell activation in response to Salmonella infection
pp. 450-458(9)
Authors: Ravindran, Rajesh; McSorley, Stephen J.

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Free Content The growing complexity of TGF-β as a T-cell regulator
pp. 459-460(2)
Authors: Kemeny, D. Mike; Macary, Paul A.

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Free Content Expression and activity of multidrug resistance protein 1 in a murine thymoma cell line
pp. 468-475(8)
Authors: Echevarria-Lima, Juliana; Kyle-Cezar, Fernanda; P. Leite, Daniela F.; Capella, Luiz; Capella, Márcia A. M.; Rumjanek, Vivian M.

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Free Content T-cell homeostasis in mice exposed to airborne xenobiotics
pp. 476-483(8)
Authors: Drela, Nadzieja; Bień, Justyna; Kozłowska, Ewa

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Free Content Complement receptors regulate lipopolysaccharide-induced T-cell stimulation
pp. 493-498(6)
Authors: Kaya, Ziya; Tretter, Theresa; Schlichting, Jens; Leuschner, Florian; Afanasyeva, Marina; Katus, Hugo A.; Rose, Noel R.

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Free Content Analysis of the activation profile of dendritic cells derived from the bone marrow of interleukin-12/interleukin-23-deficient mice
pp. 499-506(8)
Authors: Bastos, Karina R. B.; de Deus Vieira de Moraes, Luciana; Zago, Cláudia A.; Marinho, Cláudio R. F.; Russo, Momtchilo; Alvarez, José M. M.; D'Império Lima, Maria R.

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Free Content Identification and characterization of a functional, alternatively spliced Toll-like receptor 7 (TLR7) and genomic disruption of TLR8 in chickens
pp. 507-521(15)
Authors: Philbin, Victoria J.; Iqbal, Muhammad; Boyd, Yvonne; Goodchild, Marianne J.; Beal, Richard K.; Bumstead, Nat; Young, John; Smith, Adrian L.

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Free Content Heat shock up-regulates expression of Toll-like receptor-2 and Toll-like receptor-4 in human monocytes via p38 kinase signal pathway
pp. 522-530(9)
Authors: Zhou, Jun; An, Huazhang; Xu, Hongmei; Liu, Shuxun; Cao, Xuetao

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Free Content Various members of the Toll-like receptor family contribute to the innate immune response of human epidermal keratinocytes
pp. 531-541(11)
Authors: Köllisch, Gabriele; Kalali, Behnam Naderi; Voelcker, Verena; Wallich, Reinhard; Behrendt, Heidrun; Ring, Johannes; Bauer, Stefan; Jakob, Thilo; Mempel, Martin; Ollert, Markus

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Free Content Characterization of the porcine neonatal Fc receptor—potential use for trans-epithelial protein delivery
pp. 542-553(12)
Authors: Stirling, Catrina M. A.; Charleston, Bryan; Takamatsu, Haru; Claypool, Steven; Lencer, Wayne; Blumberg, Richard S.; Wileman, Thomas E.

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Free Content Reduced susceptibility to dextran sulphate sodium-induced colitis in the interleukin-2 heterozygous (IL-2+/–) mouse
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Authors: Sund, Malin; Xu, Li Li; Rahman, Arman; Qian, Bi-Feng; Hammarström, Marie-Louise; Danielsson, Åke

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Free Content Transforming growth factor-β1 increases CXCR4 expression, stromal-derived factor-1α-stimulated signalling and human immunodeficiency virus-1 entry in human monocyte-derived macrophages
pp. 565-574(10)
Authors: Chen, Shuzhen; Tuttle, Daniel L.; Oshier, Joseph T.; Knot, Harm J.; Streit, Wolfgang J.; Goodenow, Maureen M.; Harrison, Jeffrey K.

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Free Content Future meetings
pp. 575-575(1)

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Free Content Forthcoming papers
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