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Exploring The Role Of Purinergic Signaling In T Cell Activation
Adenosine 5’ triphosphate (ATP) is a molecule central to life for its role as the cellular energy currency, and a purine nucleotide which serves as a building block of RNA. Thus, on the backdrop of an indispensible ...
Studies On The Mechanisms Involved In Thymic Atrophy During Salmonella Enterica Serovar Typhimurium Infection
T lymphocytes are an essential component of the adaptive immune response and are highly versatile in function. Each T cell has a unique T cell receptor that can recognize an antigenic peptide in the context of the major ...
Antigenic Determinants Of Chicken Riboflavin Carrier Protein: Structural And Functional Aspects
(Indian Institute of Science, 2005-09-01)
Investigations detailed in this thesis constitute a part of the continuing programme of research undertaken in our laboratory on the riboflavin carrier protein (RCP) with particular reference to identification and synthesis ...
Glycodelin A : A Novel Immunoregulatory Lectin Of The Female Reproductive Tract : Molecular Mechanism Of GdA-Induced Apoptosis In Activated T Cells
Glycodelin is a 162 amino acid secreted glycoprotein classified as a member of the lipocalin (carriers of small hydrophobic molecules) superfamily based on the presence of lipocalin signature motifs in its primary sequence. ...
Infection of Human Cell Lines by Japanese Encephalitis Virus : Increased Expression and Release of HLA-E, a Non-classical HLA Molecule
Japanese encephalitis virus (JEV) causes viral encephalitis in new born and young adults that is prevalent in different parts of India and other parts of South East Asia with an estimated 6000 deaths per year. JEV is a ...