Crossroads between Innate and Adaptive Immunity III

ISBN: 978-1-4419-5631-6 (Print) 978-1-4419-5632-3 (Online)

Table of contents (13 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-x

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    Pages 1-13

    Is Transcription the Dominant Force During Dynamic Changes in Gene Expression?

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    Pages 15-26

    MicroRNAs: Key Components of Immune Regulation

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    Pages 27-36

    KIR/HLA: Genetic Clues for a Role of NK Cells in the Control of HIV

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    Pages 37-44

    Natural Killer Cell Licensing During Viral Infection

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    Pages 45-55

    Bridging Innate NK Cell Functions with Adaptive Immunity

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    Pages 57-68

    Control of Innate Immunity by Memory CD4 T Cells

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    Pages 69-83

    Strategies and Implications for Prime-Boost Vaccination to Generate Memory CD8 T Cells

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    Pages 85-100

    Blimp1: Driving Terminal Differentiation to a T

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    Pages 101-111

    A New Role for Myeloid HO-1 in the Innate to Adaptive Crosstalk and Immune Homeostasis

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    Pages 113-124

    Impact of Differential Glycosylation on IgG Activity

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    Pages 125-141

    Murine Model of Chronic Respiratory Inflammation

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    Pages 143-159

    Incorporation of Innate Immune Effector Mechanisms in the Formulation of a Vaccine Against HIV-1

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    Pages 161-174

    Influenza Vaccines: What Do We Want and How Can We Get It?