Involvement of Interleukin 1 Family in the Development of Inflammatory Response in the Infectious Process. 1. General Description of Interleukin 1 Family

A.Ye. Abaturov, A.P. Volosovets, Ye.I. Yulish

Abstract


The general characteristics of interleukin 1 family is given in the review.


Keywords


inflammation; interleukin 1 family; infectious process

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.22141/2224-0551.2.53.2014.75964

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