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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Once activated, the STING receptor initiates a profound innate immune response through multiple pathways, inducing the expression of a broad profile of cytokines, including interferons and chemokines.
The problems seen with that approach, however, is that first both free radicals and signaling molecules trigger the inflammatory response of the innate immune response where these approaches address one or the other.
demonstrated an association between the innate immune response and neurodegeneration in a Drosophila model of the human disease Ataxia-telangiectasia, with elevated expression of innate immune response genes in glial cells.[49],[50] We showed ectopic expression of the NS3 protein of JEV not only in the fat body but also in brain neuronal cells of two species of mosquito [Figure 5]b, and suspected that AMP genes could be implicated in mosquito brain inflammation.
NKTR-262 is designed to induce the body's innate immune response to prime antigen-specific cytotoxic T cells to fight cancer.
The first response against M.leprae infection was macrophage from innate immune response and then followed by response of adaptive immunity.
Natural Killer cells play a significant role in the body's innate immune response, circulating through the body to rapidly recognise and kill cancerous cells.
The multi-protein complex initiates an innate immune response in the body.
Affected SLE patients have an exaggerated innate immune response. It is as yet unclear if these neutrophilic dermatoses have prognostic significance in the setting of SLE, he said.
Linking these findings to the overall paradigm, we posit that as pathogens consume sugars as an energy source, increased T1R2/3 signaling augments the calcium wave that is also directly driven by T2R detection of bitter molecules secreted by the pathogens, thereby eliciting an even more robust innate immune response. In support of this, patients with diabetes and prediabetes have been found to have elevated glucose levels in nasal secretions [57] and are more likely to have airway infections [58].
The human immune system is made up of two parts: the innate immune response and adaptive immune response.
The innate immune response triggered by PRR activation is essential for controlling viral infection.