Human Interleukin Genes Research References


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Fumagalli, M., Pozzoli, U., Cagliani, R., Comi, G. P., Riva, S., Clerici, M., … ; Sironi, ;;;;;;;;M. ;;;;;;(2009). Parasites represent a major selective force for interleukin genes and shape the ;;;;;;;;;;genetic predisposition to autoimmune conditions.;The Journal of ;;;;;;;experimental ;;medicine,206(6), 1395-1408.

Henri, S., Chevillard, C., Mergani, A., Paris, P., Gaudart, J., Camilla, C., … ; Magzoub, ;;;;;;;M. ;;;;;;(2002). Cytokine regulation of periportal fibrosis in humans infected with ;Schistosoma ;;;mansoni: IFN-g is associated with protection against fibrosis and TNF-a with aggravation ;;;;;;;of disease.;The Journal of Immunology,;169(2), 929-936.

Dessein, A., Kouriba, B., Eboumbou, C., Dessein, H., Argiro, L., Marquet, S., ;;;;;;;;;Chevillard, C. (2004). Interleukin13 in the skin and interferong in the liver are ;;;;key players in ;immune protection in human schistosomiasis.;Immunological reviews,;201(1), 180-190.