Filters applied:
Did You Mean? ?
one result

 

  • Book
    Kendall A. Smith.
    Print2010
    Status: Not Checked Out
    Chapter 1. Introduction - The Evolution of Our Understanding of the Immune System -- Chapter 2. Molecular Immunology -- Chapter 3. The Problem - Understanding How Molecules Direct the Behavior of Cells Comprising the Immune System -- Chapter 4. The Quantal Theory of Immunity -- Chapter 5. The Variability of Cell Cycle Progression and the Competence and Progression Phases of the Cell Cycle -- Chapter 6. The Quantal Nature of IL-2-Promoted T Cell Cycle Progression -- Chapter 7. The Molecular Basis for Quantal IL-2/IL-2R Signaling of Cell Cycle Progression - The IL-2/Receptor Interaction -- Chapter 8. The Molecular Basis for Quantal IL-2/IL-2R Signaling of Cell Cycle Progression - IL-2 and IL-2 Receptor Metabolism -- Chapter 9. The Molecular Basis for Quantal IL-2/IL-2R Signaling of Cell Cycle Progression - IL-2 Receptor Signaling via the Jak/Stat Pathway -- Chapter 10. The Molecular Basis for Quantal IL-2/IL-2R Signaling of Cell Cycle Progression - IL-2 Receptor Signaling via Phosphorylation of IL-2R β Chain Y338 -- Chapter 11. The T Cell Antigen Receptor Complex and the Quantal Regulation of the IL-2 and IL-2R Genes -- Chapter 12. Digital Signaling via the T Cell Antigen Receptor Complex -- Chapter 13. Negative Feedback Regulation of T Cell Antigen Receptor Complex Signaling - Attenuation of IL-2 Gene Expression -- Chapter 14. The Paradox of the IL-2 (-/-) Mouse -- Chapter 15. The Scurfy Mouse -- Chapter 16. Lymphopenia, Autoimmunity and the Regulatory T Cell (Treg) -- Chapter 17. Treg-mediated "Active Suppression" of T Cell Proliferation -- Chapter 18. FOXP3, A Better ID-Tag for Tregs? -- Chapter 19. Mice Versus Men -- Chapter 20. Active Versus Passive Suppression and IL-2 Metabolism -- Chapter 21. FOXP3 Restricts But Does Not Suppress IL-2 Production -- Chapter 22. Both the TCR and IL-2 Regulate Foxp3 Expression -- Chapter 23. The Effects of FOXP3 Expression -- Chapter 24. Role of IL-2 in the Generation of Immune Responses In Vivo -- Chapter 25. The Role of the IL-2r Chains in IL-2 Signaling, Consumption and Suppression of T Cell Proliferation -- Chapter 26. T Cell Tissue-specific Autoimmunity -- Chapter 27. Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus (TIDM), a Prototypic Genetic Autoimmune Disease with a Tie to IL-2 -- Chapter 28. The Pathogenesis of Leukemia - Loss of Normal Quantal Growth Control.