By Frank J. Dixon (Ed.)
For 30 years, this esteemed serial has supplied scholars and researchers with the most recent info in Immunology. you could proceed to depend upon Advances in Immunology to supply you with serious stories that research topics of important value to the sector via precis and evaluate of present wisdom and learn. The articles rigidity primary options, but in addition review the experimental techniques. each one quantity of Advances in Immunology features a topic index in addition to the contents of modern volumes. every one bankruptcy comprises references. Researchers and scholars in microbiology, genetics and immunocology will use this important serial to stick up-to-date at the most recent advances for future years. Key good points * Advances in Immunology will maintain you expert on such extensively outlined matters as: * Immunochemistry * Antibody synthesis * organic motion of antibodies * Immunological unresponsiveness * Mechanisms in innate and purchased immunity now not concerning antibodies * really expert immunological ideas
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The relationship of affinity conversion to signal transduction has been tested in our laboratory using the BAF-B03 system. We observed that only when the L I F receptor and gp130 were expressed together would BAF-B03 cells respond to LIF and OSM (D. Gearing and S. This result suggests that affinity conversion is required for signaling and that despite binding OSM directly, gp130 cannot signal an OSM proliferative response directly. B. , 1992). MAH cells respond to LIF and yet another cytokine, the ciliary neurotrophic factor (CNTF), in a similar manner, and following LIF or CNTF stimulation the same set of cytoplasmic proteins appears to be phosphorylated.
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Advances in Immunology, Vol. 53 by Frank J. Dixon (Ed.)