postdoctoral fellow in the Institute of Innate Immunity
of the University of Bonn explains.
Also discussed are the evolution of hormone signaling networks in plant defense, and the interplay between innate immunity
and the plant microbiota.
The importance of innate immunity
and mucosal defence system is increasingly appreciated and may be dysregulated in asthmatics individuals.
This grant, "The miR-183/96/182 Cluster in Pseudomonas Aeruginosa-Induced Keratitis," aims to uncover the underlying molecular mechanisms by which the cluster enhances the innate immunity
, which may lead to development of new approaches to combat antibiotic-resistant bacterial infections and tumors, which evade the surveillance of our innate immune system.
Scientists at Houston Methodist Research Institute described how activation of innate immunity
enhances nuclear reprogramming, one of the first steps in tissue regeneration, or the formation of new tissues and organs from a single cell in the body.
Key words: Adaptive immunity, Autophagy, Brucella spp, Innate immunity
, Intracellular survival, Mechanism of evasion from host, Virulence factors.
IFM Therapeutics, a biopharmaceutical company developing a portfolio of first-in-class small molecules targeting the innate immune system, has set up a German subsidiary, IFM Therapeutics, and a research site at the Institute of Innate Immunity
within the University of Bonn, it was reported yesterday.
However, the connection between biota population, and its activity and effect on scalp skin innate immunity
is largely unclear.
Whenever our body encounters a foreign organism, like bacteria or a virus, a complicated set of immune responses are set in motion, one of which is the defense mechanism known as innate immunity
," leading bat immunologist at CSIRO's Australian Animal Health Laboratory Dr Michelle Baker said.
It is thought that innate immunity
gene expression is disrupted in the epithelium of patients with chronic rhinosinusitis (CRS), including antimicrobial peptides and pattern recognition receptors (PRRs).
Its ensuing responses to these disease-causing agents involve two interrelated systems: innate immunity
and adaptive (or acquired) immunity.
Since insects lack an adaptive immune system, they rely exclusively on innate immunity
to prevent infection.