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Volume 198, Number 1, April 2004

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Primitive immune systems
pp. 5-9(5)
Author: Hoffmann, Jules A.

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Invertebrate immune systems – not homogeneous, not simple, not well understood
pp. 10-24(15)
Authors: Loker, Eric S; Adema, Coen M.; Zhang, Si-Ming; Kepler, Thomas B.

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Primitive immune systems: Are your ways my ways?
pp. 25-35(11)
Author: Rinkevich, Baruch

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Evolution of the innate immune system: the worm perspective
pp. 36-58(23)
Authors: Schulenburg, Hinrich; Léopold Kurz, C.; Ewbank, Jonathan J.

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The immune response of Drosophila melanogaster
pp. 59-71(13)
Authors: Leclerc, Vincent; Reichhart, Jean-Marc

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The roles of JAK/STAT signaling in Drosophila immune responses
pp. 72-82(11)
Authors: Agaisse, Hervé; Perrimon, Norbert

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Innate immune responses of a lepidopteran insect, Manduca sexta
pp. 97-105(9)
Authors: Kanost, Michael R.; Jiang, Haobo; Yu, Xiao-Qiang

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A Toll-like receptor in horseshoe crabs
pp. 106-115(10)
Authors: Inamori, Kei-ichiro; Ariki, Shigeru; Kawabata, Shun-ichiro

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The prophenoloxidase-activating system in invertebrates
pp. 116-126(11)
Authors: Cerenius, Lage; Söderhäll, Kenneth

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Comparative and functional genomics of the innate immune system in the malaria vector Anopheles gambiae
pp. 127-148(22)
Authors: Christophides, George K.; Vlachou, Dina; Kafatos, Fotis C.

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Insights into the anti-microbial defense of marine invertebrates: the penaeid shrimps and the oyster Crassostrea gigas
pp. 149-168(20)
Authors: Bachère, Evelyne; Gueguen, Yannick; Gonzalez, Marcelo; de Lorgeril, Julien; Garnier, Julien; Romestand, Bernard

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Anti-microbial peptides: from invertebrates to vertebrates
pp. 169-184(16)
Authors: Bulet, Philippe; Stöcklin, Reto; Menin, Laure

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The lectin-complement pathway – its role in innate immunity and evolution
pp. 185-202(18)
Authors: Fujita, Teizo; Matsushita, Misao; Endo, Yuichi

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Primitive complement system of invertebrates
pp. 203-215(13)
Authors: Nonaka, Masaru; Yoshizaki, Fumiko

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The major histocompatibility complex origin
pp. 216-232(17)
Authors: Danchin, Etienne; Vitiello, Verane; Vienne, Alexandre; Richard, Olivier; Gouret, Philippe; McDermott, Michael F.; Pontarotti, Pierre

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Immunoglobulin superfamily receptors in protochordates: before RAG time
pp. 233-248(16)
Authors: Du Pasquier, Louis; Zucchetti, Ivana; De Santis, Rosaria

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Innate immunity in plants and animals: striking similarities and obvious differences
pp. 249-266(18)
Authors: Nürnberger, Thorsten; Brunner, Frédéric; Kemmerling, Birgit; Piater, Lizelle

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Metabolic reprogramming in plant innate immunity: the contributions of phenylpropanoid and oxylipin pathways
pp. 267-284(18)
Authors: La Camera, Sylvain; Gouzerh, Guillaume; Dhondt, Sandrine; Hoffmann, Laurent; Fritig, Bernard; Legrand, Michel; Heitz, Thierry

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RNA silencing: no mercy for viruses?
pp. 285-303(19)
Authors: Lecellier, Charles-Henri; Voinnet, Olivier

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