The Role of NOD-like Receptors in Recognition of Pathogen-associated Molecular Patterns of Infectious Pathogens and in Development of Inflammation. Part 4. NLR Family Proteins are Involved in the Regulation of Process of Inflammation and Immune Respo

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

Abstract


The survey described mechanisms for participation of NLR family proteins in the regulation of process of inflammation and immune response.


Keywords


inflammation; infection process; NOD-like receptors

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.22141/2224-0551.5.48.2013.84828

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