5 edition of Cytokines in the treatment of infectious diseases found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Biotherapy (Dordrecht, Netherlands)|
|Statement||edited by B.-J. Kullberg and J.W.M. Van Der Meer.|
|Contributions||Kullberg, B.-J., Meer, J. W. M. van der.|
|LC Classifications||RC112 .C97 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||p. 150-269 :|
|Number of Pages||269|
|LC Control Number||94041689|
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Buy Cytokines in the Treatment of Infectious Diseases: Options for the Modulation of Host Defense: Read Books Reviews - This book is divided into sections on cytokines in infectious disease, Gram negative infection, Gram positive infection, mycobacterial infection, other bacterial infection, fungal infection, parasitic infection, viral infection, cytokines as therapeutic agents in infectious disease, and anticytokine based therapy in treatment of infectious : J Kerr.
Cytokines in the Treatment of Infectious Diseases provides a unique, up-to-date survey of this research area. The use of cytokines in a series of (groups of) infectious diseases is discussed in twelve succinct chapters, from model to clinical study, written by twenty-five expert authors from the world's key institutes in this : Springer Netherlands.
In excess, they cause all of the major Lyme disease symptoms and dysregulate the immune system. The problem in chronic Lyme and associated diseases is that they are usually made in excess.
Fortunately there are some great steps you can take to lower cytokines. In the Cytokines and Chemokines in Infectious Diseases Handbook, international leaders in the field comprehensively review what is known about the responses of cytokines and chemokines to a variety of human infectious diseases, including gram-negative and gram-positive infections, listeriosis, mycobacterial infections, lyme arthritis, pneumonia Format: Hardcover.
Cytokines in the Treatment of Infectious Diseases Options for the Modulation of Host Defense. Editors: Kullberg, B.J., van der Meer, Jos W.M. (Eds.) Free PreviewBrand: Springer Netherlands. ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: x, pages: illustrations.
Contents: Induction of nonspecific resistance to bacterial infection by endotoxin and endotoxin-induced cytokines / Renate Urbascheck --Interleukin 8, a novel neutrophil-activating host defense cytokine / Jens-M. Schoder --Antiviral activity of tumor necrosis factor. Get this from a library.
Cytokines in the treatment of infectious diseases: options for the modulation of host defense. [B -J Kullberg; J W M van der Meer;].
A comprehensive review of what is known about the role of cytokines and chemokines in a variety of human infectious diseases, including gram-negative and -positive infections, listeriosis, mycobacterial infections, lyme arthritis, pneumonia, fungal infections, HIV, leishmaniasis, and : Malak Kotb.
The different Chapters of this book detail the role of different cytokines and chemokines in specific autoimmune disorders. In this Chapter, I highlight the contributions of individual cytokines and chemokines to multiple autoimmune diseases as discussed in detail throughout the book.1–14 The reader is referred to specific Chapters for by: Cytokines are heterogenous group of proteins that are produced by a wide variety of cells in the body and act as signals between the cells of the immune system.
The recent discovery of two distinct subsets of T-helper cells led to the development of a conceptual framework of complex network of cytokine pathways in the regulation of immune Cited by: 1.
Cytokines in the Treatment of Infectious Diseases provides a unique, up-to-date survey of this research area. The use of cytokines in a series of (groups of) infectious diseases is discussed in twelve succinct chapters, from model to clinical study, written by twenty-five expert authors from the world’s key institutes in.
effective use of cytokines to treat various active infections, while demonstrating their safety. In this review, we provide a historical perspective of the treatment of infectious diseases. Buy Cytokines in the Treatment of Infectious Diseases: Options for the Modulation of Host Defense by Kullberg, B.
J., Kullberg, B. J., Van Der Meer, J. (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. It was also thought that a failure to increase IFN-gamma concentrations in the infected tissues might be an important reason these cats succumbed to the FIP infection.
30 Another example of using a cytokine for the treatment of infectious disease is the use of rhIFN-alpha to treat cats with FeLV infections.
23 Although the use of cytokines. Nevertheless, these are informative chapters. It is virtually impossible to discuss the roles of cytokines and chemokines in human infectious diseases without any reference to data from animal : Guna Karupiah.
Recent studies have suggested a role for cytokines, such as interleukin-1 and interleukin-6, in the pathogenesis of delirium. Following a wide range of infectious, inflammatory, and toxic insults.
In many ways, the application of cytokines and their antagonists to the treatment of infectious disease is central to understanding and exploiting a cytokine network that has primarily evolved to fight such diseases.
Hence, this focused book is a timely and a useful introduction to the field. The topic of cytokines and infectious disease, at Author: Fran Balkwill.
The book sets out to examine the role of cytokines in the development of cancer and the first section focuses specifically on chronic infectious diseases and the cytokines they produce and the Cited by: 1. Microbiome and infectious diseases as well as advances in diagnosis of infection; Clostridium difficile epidemiology; infection control in the ICU setting; Chlamydia trachomatis infection; acquired syndromes associated with autoantibodies to cytokines;; management of multidrug resistant pathogens; probiotics, polymyxins, and the pathway to.
Text provides a comprehensive review of cytokines and chemokines in immunity and human infectious diseases. Covers bacterial, viral, fungal, and parasitic infections.
Includes an evaluation of therapeutic strategies and agents and the role in modulating host responses to pathogens and vaccines. The book starts with a well-written introductory overview of the aetiological agents of that nearly every disease has a component that involves the function of cytokines.
Application of this knowledge is contributing immensely to the growing impact of molecular medicine in providing new approaches to treatment of infectious diseases. This book is divided into sections on cytokines in infectious disease, Gram negative infection, Gram positive infection, mycobacterial infection, other bacterial infection, fungal infection, parasitic infection, viral infection, cytokines as therapeutic agents in infectious disease, and anticytokine based therapy in treatment of infectious : J Kerr.
The book is extremely well written by authors who have appropriate credentials for writing such a text. The book, although it is not intended for the average reader, certainly belongs on the reference shelves of libraries; it is appropriate for infectious diseases experts, and it is invaluable for researchers in the field of cytokine by: 1.
The innate and adaptive immune responses are key factors in the control of infections or chronic diseases. The balance between these two systems is mainly orchestrated by cytokines .Cytokines are low-molecular-weight proteins that contribute to the chemical language that regulates the development and repair of tissues, hematopoiesis, inflammation, etc., through the transduction of signals Cited by: 3.
Immunology and Evolution of Infectious Disease. This book that treats in an integrated way all factors affecting variation in infectious disease. It is a superb teaching tool and a rich source of ideas for new and experienced researchers.
This book is divided into sections on cytokines in infectious disease, Gram negative infection, Gram positive infection, mycobacterial infection, other bacterial infection, fungal infection, parasitic infection, viral infection, cytokines as therapeutic agents in infectious disease, and anticytokine based therapy in treatment of infectious disease.
Allergic diseases, are a number of conditions caused by hypersensitivity of the immune system to something in the environment that usually causes little problem in most people. The chapters included in the book Allergic diseases - New Insights addressed a variety of important topics related to distinct aspects related to allergy.
Until now, those in need of information on infectious diseases had to choose between encyclopedic reference texts or the infectious diseases sections in standard textbooks in internal medicine.
Now there is a better alternative-Clinical Infectious Diseases fills the long-standing need for a practical yet comprehensive work that offers easy, convenient access to the s: 2.
Heart failure is a major, cause of death worldwide, most frequently secondary toacardiomyopathicdisorder. The rolesofviruses, immunity, cytokines and genetics as sources of heart failure have been relatively understated in the rapidly developing world of clinical cardiology.
Yet, great progress in molecular biology and the recent application of new techniquesto. Without the growth and activation signals delivered by cytokines, immune cell subsets, particularly T and natural killer cells, fail to develop normally.
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ways, the application of cytokines and their antagonists to the treatment of infectious disease is central to understanding and exploiting a cytokine network that has primarily evolved to fight such diseases.
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Under normal circumstances, these cytokines help coordinate the response of your immune system to take care of infectious substances, like viruses or bacteria.
The problem is that sometimes the body’s inflammatory response can get out of control, causing more harm than good. Cytokines in diseases 1.
Naidu MSc Medical Biochemistry, 2. Introduction Cytokines are peptides synthesized and released by white blood cells and tissue macrophages that stimulate or suppress the functional activity of lymphocytes, monocytes, neutrophils, fibroblast cells, and endothelial cells.
Cytokines are substances released by leukocytes and other cells that control the. Cytokines can act in an: Autocrine (same cell), -Paracrine (close proximity)-Endocrine (long distance) 1.
Cytokines are pleiotropic one cytokine can have different effects on different cells. Kuby Fig a 2. Cytokines can be redundant different cytokines can have the File Size: 2MB. Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford.
It furthers the University's objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and education by publishing worldwide. Title: Therapeutic Modulation of Cytokines in Chronic Infectious Diseases VOLUME: 12 ISSUE: 19 Author(s):C.
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Keywords:Proinflammatory, NK cell proliferation, humoral immunity, Klebsiella Cited by: 3. Medical Book Pharmacology of Cytokines They are a heterogeneous and complex group and include interferons, tumor necrosis factor and chemokines.
They play a key role in homeostasis and in host defense and are involved in such inflammatory and autoimmune diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis as well as infectious diseases such as HIV infection. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Significance of Cytokines in the Treatment of Infectious Diseases at the best online prices at eBay.
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