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Cytokine Levels in Plasma Samples of Individuals with HIV Infection


Abstract: CD4+ T helper cells play a vital role in the immune system by secreting cytokines, which regulate the immune response. Cytokines are secreted by T cells when an intracellular infection is detected as in case of HIV infection.


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Lipopolysaccharide-Responsive Beige-like Anchor (LRBA), a Novel Regulator of Human Immune Disorders


Abstract: Lipopolysaccharide (LPS)-responsive beige-like anchor (LRBA) is a novel gene essential for the normal function of the immune system. It is the eighth common variable immunodeficiency (CVID) gene


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Detection of the Enteroaggregative Heat-Stable Enterotoxin 1 Nucleotide Sequences among Diarrhegenic Escherichia coli


Abstract: Escherichia coli strains are important causes of diarrhea in human and animals [1]. E. coli isolates associated with enteric diseases have been classified into major categories, on the basis of their distinct virulence properties:


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Molecular Network of NLRP3 Inflammasome Activation-Responsive Genes in a Human Monocyte Cell Line


Abstract: Inflammasome, activated by pathogen-derived and host-derived danger signals, constitutes a multimolecular signaling complex that serves as a platform for Caspase-1 (CASP1) activation and interleukin-1β (IL-1β) maturation.¬†

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Austin Journal of Clinical Immunology is an open access, peer reviewed, scholarly journal dedicated to publish articles in all areas of immunology, asthma and allergy. The aim of the journal is to develop a knowledge sharing platform and an interactive network for immunologists, researchers, physicians, and other health professionals for exchange of scientific information in the areas of immunology.
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Translating Burkitt's Lymphoma Research into Viable Solutions for Developing Countries

Abstract 50 to 70% of all newly diagnosed childhood cancers in Sub-Saharan Africa are due to Endemic Burkitt's lymphoma (eBL). It occurs mainly in malaria holoendemic areas where the climate supports
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