+ Resolve Article
+ Follow Us
Follow on FacebookFollow on Facebook
Follow on TwitterFollow on Twitter

+ Translate
+ Subscribe to Site Feed
GeoScience Most Shared ContentMost Shared Content

Interferon-gamma induction of class I and II expression in vivo requires the transcription factor IRF-1

, : Interferon-gamma induction of class I and II expression in vivo requires the transcription factor IRF-1. Clinical & Investigative Medicine 19(4 SUPPL ): S103


Other references

Downes H., 1997: Shallow continental lithospheric mantle heterogeneity-petrological constraints. NATO Science Series Partnership Sub-series 1, Disarmament Technologies

Anonymous, 2011: Effect of interstitial chemotherapy with ricin temperature-responsive gel for anti-breast cancer and immune regulation in rat. To explore the effect of ricin temperature response gel on breast cancer and its regulatory effect on immune function in rats.Ricin was purified by chromatography and identified by immunoblotting. The rat subcutaneously transplanted breast cancer...

Prichard, H.L.; Reichert, W.M.; Klitzman, B., 2006: Adult adipose-derived stem cell attachment to biomaterials. Attachment of adipose-derived stem cells (ASCs) to biomaterials prior to implantation is a possible strategy for mediating inflammation and wound healing. In this study, the ASC percent coverage was measured on common medical grade biosensor mater...

Gard G.P.; Melville L.F.; Shorthose J.E., 1989: Investigations of bluetongue and other arboviruses in the blood and semen of naturally infected bulls. Small groups of bulls were exposed to natural infection with arboviruses. The bulls were bled and ejaculated regularly and the blood and semen were processed for virus isolation. Over a 5-year observation period, virus isolation and serology indic...

Valdagni, R., 1998: Altered fractionation in radiotherapy. Differences between late-responding (slowly proliferating) normal tissues and early-responding. (rapidly proliferating) normal tissues and tumor cells and the event of tumor cell repopulation occurring during treatment have essentially led to the...

Kellogg, R., 2010: A century of progress in Smithsonian biology. Science 104(2693): 132-141

Barkle, G.F.; Stenger, R.; Singleton, P.L.; Painter, D.J., 2000: Effect of regular irrigation with dairy farm effluent on soil organic matter and soil microbial biomass. Over recent years regulatory authorities in New Zealand have promoted irrigation of dairy farm effluent (DFE) onto the land, to protect surface water quality. The rate at which the resistant organic matter from DFE accumulates in the soil and the...

Lissitzky, S.; Rolland, M.; Lasry, S., 1960: Oxidation of ribonuclease and alpha -lactalbumin by a fungal polyphenoloxidase.. The oxidation of alpha -lactalbumin by a fungal polyphenoloxidase was studied by determining the amount of dihydroxyphenylalanine formed and the amount of tyrosine which disappeared. Of the 5 tyrosine residues present 3 were oxidized.

Pacheco, J.F.rnando; Minns, J., 2002: Notes on the Brazilian records of Campylopterus duidae Chapman, 1929. ArarajubaDezembro; 10(2): 269-270

Rasmy, AH.; Elsawy, SA., 1988: The sublethal influences of some insecticides on the fecundity and development of the two-spotted spider mite Tetranychus urticae Koch. Fenpropathrin, pyridaphenthion and Mitran [a mixture of chlorfenethol and chlorfenson], representatives of 3 major insecticide classes (synthetic pyrethroids, organophosphates and organochlorines), inhibited the fecundity of females of Tetranychus...