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Guidebook to cytokines and their receptors

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Published by Oxford University Press in Oxford, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cytokines,
  • Cytokines -- Receptors,
  • Cytokines,
  • Immunity, Cellular,
  • Receptors, Cytokine

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesCytokines and their receptors
    Statementedited by Nicos A. Nicola.
    SeriesGuide book series, Guidebook series (Oxford, England)
    ContributionsNicola, Nicos, 1950-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQR185.8.C95 G85 1994
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxv, 261 p. :
    Number of Pages261
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1095289M
    ISBN 100198599463, 0198599471
    LC Control Number94019802

    concert with specific cytokine inhibitors and soluble cytokine receptors to regulate the human immune response. Their physiologic role in inflammation and pathologic role in systemic inflammatory states are increasingly recognized. Major anti-inflammatory cytokines include interleukin (IL)-1 receptor antagonist, IL-4, IL-6, IL, IL-File Size: KB.   Guidebook to Cytokines and Their Receptors. Oxford University Press: Oxford/New York/Tokyo. Google Scholar; Nicola NA, Robb L, Metcalf D, Cited by:

    The Cytokines of the Immune System catalogs cytokines and links them to physiology and pathology, providing a welcome and hugely timely tool for scientists in all related fields. In cataloguing cytokines, it lists their potential for therapeutic use, links them to disease treatments needing further research and development, and shows their utility for learning about the immune system. Type 1 cytokine receptors - This family includes receptors for a number of interleukin cytokines (IL-2 to IL) as well as a number of other cytokines (e.g. GM-CSF, LIF, and Epo, etc) and hormones (e.g. prolactin, growth hormone, etc). These receptors are characterized by given conserved motifs located in their extracellular amino-acid domain.

      Minute quantities of cytokines are secreted, each by a single cell type, and regulatory functions in other cells by binding with specific receptors. Their interactions with the receptors produce secondary signals that inhibit or enhance the action of certain genes within the cell. shown in Figure Chemokine receptors have been identified that bind chemo-kines but do not signal. One of these, the Duffy antigen receptor for chemokines (DARC) is a promiscuous chemokine receptor expressed on erythrocytes that binds both CC and CXC ligands [12]. In contrast, the decoy receptor D6 only binds CC chemokines [13].File Size: 1MB.


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The enduring quality of this Guidebook owes much to the stylistic consistency and thoroughness of the individual entries This book meets an obvious need.

Many cytokine workers immediately find themselves out of their depth when the conversation (or the impulse of research) turns to a factor with which they have no hands-on : Paperback. This new text provides an essential reference manual for all known cytokines, growth factors, interleukins and lymphokines as well as their receptors.

Succinct, comprehensive and userfriendly this new guide book will become an essential companion for Format: Hardcover. on the corresponding receptor. The first two chapters are introductions, the first to cytokines, and the second to cytokine receptors, and this pattern is continued throughout the 71 chapters.

The first half of the book is about interleukins (and their receptors), up to IL Each chapter deals with a growthAuthor: R.N. Harris. Guidebook to cytokines and their receptors: Edited by N A Nicola. pp Oxford University Press.

£ ISBN 0‐19‐‐3. Get this from a library. Guidebook to cytokines and their receptors. [Nicos Nicola;] -- The number of cytokines and related growth factors has increased dramatically in recent years to several dozen. This text provides a succinct reference manual for all known cytokines, growth factors.

Book review. Free Access. Guidebook to cytokines and their receptors Edited by N.A. Nicola, Oxford University Press; New York, ; xx + pp.

£ ISBN 0 19 3. Marco Baggiolini. Search for more papers by this author Cited by: 1. Guidebook to Cytokines and Their Receptors (Guide Book Series) The number of cytokines and related growth factors has increased dramatically in recent years to several dozen.

Medical books Guidebook to Cytokines and Their Receptors. Guide book series; Guidebook series (Oxford, England) Subjects. Cytokines. Cytokines -- Receptors.

Immunity, Cellular. Receptors, Cytokine. Contents. Machine derived contents note: List of Contributors List of Abbreviations An Introduction to the Cytokines, N. Nicola An Introduction to Cytokine Receptors, D. Hilton. Guidebook to cytokines and their receptors / edited by Nicos A.

Nicola Oxford University Press Oxford ; Book, Online Versions: Table of contents only Guidebook series (Oxford, England) Full contents: Machine derived contents note: List of Contributors.

The chemokines (or chemotactic cytokines) are a large family of small, secreted proteins that signal through cell surface G protein‐coupled heptahelical chemokine receptors.

They are best known for their ability to stimulate the migration of cells, most notably white blood cells (leukocytes).Cited by: COVID Resources.

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Effect of cytokine or receptor knockout (where known) Hematopoietins (four-helix bundles) Epo (erythropoietin) this book is accessible by the search feature, but cannot be browsed. Appendix III. Cytokines and Their Receptors - Immunobiology.

Your browsing activity is by: 1. The Immunology Guidebook provides an easily accessible text-reference to the more up-to-date and difficult concepts in the complex science of immunology.

It aims to demystify basic concepts and specialised molecular and cellular interactions. Its 18 chapters offer a logical and sequential presentation where much of the data is displayed in carefully designed tables.

Cytokines: properties and receptors. Cytokines are low molecular weight (30KDa) regulatory protein or glycoprotein secreted by White blood cells and various other cells in body in response to number of stimuli. These regulatory proteins help in regulating the development of immune effector cells and some cytokines also have their own functions.

These two receptors are known as CXC chemokine receptors 1 and 2 (CXCR1 and CXCR2). Although IL-8 can bind to both receptors with high affinity, only the type I receptor is specific. The type II receptor is promiscuous and can also bind some other CXC chemokines, such as GRO, NAP-2, and ENA Immune Cytokines and Their Receptors in Inflammatory Pain Andrew D.

Cook,1 Anne D. Christensen,1,2 Damini Tewari,3 Stephen B. McMahon,3 and John A. Hamilton1,* There is burgeoning interest in the interaction between the immune and nervous systems.

Pain is mediated by primary sensory neurons (nociceptors). In order to mount and coordinate an effective immune response, a mechanism by which lymphocytes, inflammatory cells and haematopoietic cells can communicate with each other is required.

Cytokines perform this function. Cytokines are a large, diverse family of small proteins or glycoproteins (usually smaller than 30 kDa). Although initially described for their immunomodulatory. Guidebook to cytokines and their receptors Edited by N.A. Nicola, Oxford University Press; New York, ; xx + pp.

£ ISBN 0 19 3Author: Marco Baggiolini. Cytokines: Interleukins and their Receptors should be of interest to a wide variety of researchers including clinical hematologists, oncologists, immunologists, in addition to medical and PhD students and researchers with an interest in cytokines.

Cytokine receptors are cell-surface glycoproteins that provide docking sites for cytokines and relay signals inside the cell.

Several exist as both soluble and membrane-bound forms. Like their cytokine counterparts, receptors are categorized by family. Purchase Cytokines and the Brain, Volume 6 - 1st Edition.

Print Book & E-Book. ISBNHowever, exceptions exist in the form of three membrane-tethered Short-chain cytokines, namely FLT3L, MCSF and SCF, that are obligate dimers that appear to have escaped the confines of the hematopoietic cytokine receptor family and bind to three tyrosine-kinase receptors of the PDGFR class, FLT-3, FMS and KIT, respectively.determined by the presence of specific membrane receptors.

Cytokines and their receptors exhibit very high affinity for each other and possess dissociation constants ranging from to M and for this reason of high affinity, biological effects are produced by cytokines File Size: KB.