The Year in Immunology. Immunoregulatory Mechanisms, Volume 1247. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences

  • ID: 2178972
  • Book
  • Region: New York
  • 250 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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The fourth installment of "The Year in Immunology" series features reviews of novel approaches in the investigation of immunoregulatory mechanisms. Topics surveyed include cutting–edge molecular studies and treatment advances for systemic lupus erythmatosus and multiple sclerosis, the genetic regulation of lymphocytes and T cells, and new models of immunosenescence.

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PrefaceNoel R. Rose

Lymphoid tissue inducer cells: innate cells critical for CD4+ T cell memory responses?Peter J.L. Lane, Fabrina M. Gaspal, Fiona M. McConnell, Mi Yeon Kim, Graham Anderson and David R. Withers

Regulation of mature T cell responses by the Wnt signaling pathwayHai–Hui Xue and Dong–Mei Zhao

Development and function of interleukin 17–producing ?d T cells:Thomas Korn and Franziska Petermann

Lymphocyte signaling: regulation of FoxO transcription factors by microRNAsClaudia Haftmann, Anna–Barbara Stittrich, Evridiki Sgouroudis, Mareen Matz, Hyun–Dong Chang, Andreas Radbruch and Mir–Farzin Mashreghi

From interleukin–9 to T helper 9 cellsMichael Stassen, Edgar Schmitt and Tobias Bopp

Mechanisms of immunosenescence: lessons from models of accelerated immune agingSabine Le Saux, Cornelia M. Weyand and Jörg J. Goronzy

Helminth host immunological interactions: prevention and control of immune–mediated diseasesDavid E. Elliott and Joel V. Weinstock

Induction of gut IgA production through T cell–dependent and T cell–independent pathwaysMats Bemark, Preben Boysen and Nils Y. Lycke

New and emerging disease modifying therapies for multiple sclerosisShiv Saidha, Christopher Eckstein and Peter A. Calabresi

Treatment of systemic lupus erythematosus: new advances in targeted therapyMindy S. Lo and George C. Tsokos

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