Cytokine

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  • Stable expression of the human thrombomodulin transgene in pig endothelial cells is associated with a reduction in the inflammatory response.  148. 2021
  • Stimulated peripheral blood mononuclear cells from chlamydia-infected women release predominantly Th1-polarizing cytokines.  113:458-461. 2019
  • Endothelial adhesion molecules and multiple organ failure in patients with severe sepsis.  88:267-273. 2016
  • Association study involving polymorphisms in IL-6, IL-1RA, and CTLA4 genes and rheumatic heart disease in New Zealand population of Māori and Pacific ancestry.  85:201-206. 2016
  • ID: 163.  76:64-64. 2015
  • Plasma osteopontin in acute liver failure.  73:270-276. 2015
  • Increased CD38 expression in T cells and circulating anti-CD38 IgG autoantibodies differentially correlate with distinct cytokine profiles and disease activity in systemic lupus erythematosus patients.  62:232-243. 2013
  • The role of cytokines and pathogen recognition molecules in fungal keratitis - Insights from human disease and animal models.  58:107-111. 2012
  • CS07-2. Protein Kinase CK2 Functions as a Positive Regulator of the JAK/STAT and NF-κB Pathways.  56:51-51. 2011
  • T cell cytokines and the risk of blood stream infection in extremely low birth weight infants.  53:249-255. 2011
  • Salutary effects of 17β-estradiol on Peyer's patch T cell functions following trauma-hemorrhage.  51:166-172. 2010
  • Regulation of JNK and p38 MAPK in the immune system: Signal integration, propagation and termination.  48:161-169. 2009
  • Developmental changes in circulating IL-8/CXCL8 isoforms in neonates.  46:12-16. 2009
  • CFTR mutations impart elevated immune reactivity in a murine model of cystic fibrosis related diabetes.  44:154-159. 2008
  • Modulatory effects of hypercapnia on in vitro and in vivo pulmonary endothelial-neutrophil adhesive responses during inflammation.  44:108-117. 2008
  • 373 CK2 positively regulates Janus Kinase-signal transducer and activator of transcription signaling by interactions with Janus Kinases.  43:331-331. 2008
  • The role of estrogen receptor subtypes on hepatic neutrophil accumulation following trauma-hemorrhage: Direct modulation of CINC-1 production by Kupffer cells.  43:88-92. 2008
  • Mitogen activated protein kinase (MAPK) mediates non-genomic pathway of estrogen on T cell cytokine production following trauma-hemorrhage.  42:32-38. 2008
  • Cloning and characterization of recombinant rhesus macaque IL-10/Fcala-ala fusion protein: A potential adjunct for tolerance induction strategies.  40:183-192. 2007
  • Effect of the α3β1 integrin on the IL-1 stimulated activation of c-Jun N-terminal kinase (JNK) in CACO-2 cells.  37:163-170. 2007
  • Effects of 17β-estradiol and flutamide on splenic macrophages and splenocytes after trauma-hemorrhage.  36:107-114. 2006
  • Androstenediol ameliorates alterations in immune cells cytokine production capacity in a two-hit model of trauma-hemorrhage and sepsis.  34:76-84. 2006
  • Mouse genetic background influences severity of immune responses following trauma-hemorrhage.  30:168-176. 2005
  • Splenectomy differentially influences immune responses in various tissue compartments of the body.  28:101-108. 2004
  • Are the immune responses different in middle-aged and young mice following bone fracture, tissue trauma and hemorrhage?.  26:223-230. 2004
  • Sex steroid-mediated regulation of macrophage/monocyte function in a two-hit model of trauma-hemorrhage and sepsis.  25:110-118. 2004
  • Mechanism of the salutary effects of 17β-estradiol following trauma-hemorrhage: Direct downregulation of Kupffer cell proinflammatory cytokine production.  21:91-97. 2003
  • Differential expression and tissue compartmentalization of the inflammatory response following thermal injury.  17:266-274. 2002
  • Trauma-haemorrhage-induced alterations in thymic prolactin receptor expression: Implications in immune dysfunction.  18:127-132. 2002
  • Gender differences in the inflammatory response and survival following haemorrhage and subsequent sepsis.  14:162-169. 2001
  • IL-10 mediation of activation-induced Th1 cell apoptosis and lymphoid dysfunction in polymicrobial sepsis.  14:37-48. 2001
  • Testosterone and estrogen differently effect Th1 and Th2 cytokine release following trauma-haemorrhage.  16:22-30. 2001
  • Immune dysfunction following trauma-haemorrhage: Influence of gender and age.  12:69-77. 2000
  • Dehydroepiandrosterone restores immune function following trauma-haemorrhage by a direct effect on T lymphocytes.  11:443-450. 1999
  • Effects of prolactin and metoclopramide on macrophage cytokine gene expression in late sepsis.  9:437-446. 1997
  • Enhanced immune responses in females, as opposed to decreased responses in males following haemorrhagic shock and resuscitation.  8:853-863. 1996
  • Prolactin inhibits the increased cytokine gene expression in Kupffer cells following haemorrhage.  8:134-140. 1996
  • Cytokine gene expression in splenic macrophages and kupffer cells following haemorrhage.  7:8-14. 1995
  • Biological significance of elevated TNF levels: In vivo administration of monoclonal antibody against TNF following haemorrhage shock increases the capacity of macrophages to release TNF while restoring immuno-responsiveness.  6:624-632. 1994
  • Regulation of IL-1 gene expression: Differential responsiveness of murine macrophage lines.  5:327-335. 1993
  • Differential effects of hemorrhage on kupffer cells: decreased antigen presentation despite increased inflammatory cytokine (IL-1, IL-6 and TNF) release.  4:66-75. 1992
  • Peyer's patch B cells with memory cell characteristics undergo terminal differentiation within 24 hours in response to interleukin-6.  3:107-116. 1991
  • Transforming growth factor-β enhances secretory component and major histocompatibility complex class I antigen expression on rat IEC-6 intestinal epithelial cells.  3:543-550. 1991
  • Hemorrhage induces an increase in serum TNF which is not associated with elevated levels of endotoxin.  2:170-174. 1990
  • International Standard Serial Number (issn)

  • 1043-4666
  • Electronic International Standard Serial Number (eissn)

  • 1096-0023