innate immune response


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innate immune response

n.
The component of the immune response that involves the innate immune system.
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In addition, AXL is a factor in the repression of the innate immune response which may also limit response to treatment including immuno-oncology (IO) therapy.
Both cell types are an integral part of the innate immune response, which reacts almost immediately to foreign invaders.
These chemicals mobilize the birds' innate immune response.
coli infection, the authors observed significant antibacterial response and upregulation of genes involved in the innate immune response.
TLR2 and TLR4 are believed to have a regulating role as a snare receptor in host innate immune response against pathogens.
BMY said the acquisition will give it full rights to IFM's preclinical STING (stimulator of interferon genes) and NLRP3 agonist programmes focused on enhancing the innate immune response for treating cancer, and is an example of Bristol-Myers Squibb's continued focus on leveraging external innovation to expand and develop its portfolio of transformative medicines.
Zebrafish: model for the Study of inflammation and the innate immune response to infectious diseases.
Therefore, the T4SS plays a significant role for preventing host innate immune response and in stealthy intracellular survival during infection.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Scientists developed a new vaccine that involves injecting cells that have been modified so that they can stimulate both an innate immune response and the more specific adaptive response, which allows the body to keep memories and attack new tumor cells as they form.
Such complex regeneration is a result of multiple synergistic biologic pathways working together including the reprogramming of cells in damaged tissues, an appropriate histolytic response for extracellular matrix remodeling, and a balanced activation of the innate immune response to support ongoing morphogenesis.
For example, the measles P protein has been shown to up-regulate the expression of A20 as a means of dampening the innate immune response, and a group working in India reported that the protozoan parasite Leishmania donovani has evolved a mechanism for modulating A20 activity as a means of facilitating intracellular survival.