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  • A class of proteins called toll-like receptors, which are involved in intestinal homeostasis, may also have induced the altered behavior, they said.

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  • In these cases, the flu virus immobilizes toll-like receptor cells in the immune system that normally would fight off bacterial infections.

    Immunology department news and events

  • These toll-like receptors sit on the surface of mast cells and identify all invading antigens, announcing to the body, much like an alarm system might, Alert!

    The Autoimmune Epidemic

  • In the August 28 online issue of the New England Journal of Medicine, a multi-institutional team, including an interdisciplinary contingent from Johns Hopkins, reports that a mutation in toll-like receptor 3 TLR3, a protein known to help cells fight some types of infection, is associated with protection from geographic atrophy.

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  • One of the key processes in this message system involves toll-like receptors, which stimulate an immune response once invaders have breached an area like the skin or gut.

    You Staying Young

  • The product seems to be effective because it activates those toll-like receptors that serve as a smoke alarm to a pending immunity invasion.

    You Staying Young

  • These results indicate the potential for use of TLR5 toll-like receptor 5 agonists, such as CBLB502, as both mitigators and protectors against acute renal ischemic failure.

  • After all, there is nothing sexier than a business which is a virtual monopoly in the distribution of oil, gas, and other commodities through its toll-like pipelines.

  • They are now looking into a gene called toll-like receptor 5 (TLR5), which plays a role in controlling intestinal bacteria, to see if a deficiency in TLR5 in humans and mice is a key to increased appetite.

    Top Headlines - Diabetes Health

  • There also was an increase in blood components known as toll-like receptors, which play an important role in the development of inflammation, atherosclerosis, obesity, insulin resistance, and injury to cardiac cells than can occur after a blocked vessel is reopened.

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