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    Жеребятьев А.С., Топол И.А., Деген А.С., Камышный А.М.

    ЗАКОНОМЕРНОСТИ ЭКСПРЕССИИ TLR ЛИМФО-ЦИТОВ ПРИ ЭКСПЕРИМЕНТАЛЬНОЙ ПАТОЛОГИИ


    Об авторе: Жеребятьев А.С., Топол И.А., Деген А.С., Камышный А.М.
    Рубрика ОБЗОРЫ ЛИТЕРАТУРЫ
    Тип статьи Обзорная статья
    Аннотация Обзор литературы с собственными данными посвящен описанию последних достижений в области изучения контроля функций Т- и B-лимфоцитов Toll-подобными рецепторами. Подчеркнув участие сигналов от TLR в патогенезе и развитии воспаления, показали, что TLR влияют на активацию, пролиферацию, выживание и продукцию цитокинов различных субпопуляций лимфоцитов.
    Ключевые слова Toll-подобный рецептор, воспаление, аутоиммунные заболевания, TReg, Th17
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    Публикация статьи «Мир Медицины и Биологии» №1(43), 2014 год, 163-169 страницы, код УДК 577.218:612.112]-092.9