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Infection-induced intestinal oxidative stress triggers organ-to-organ immunological communication in Drosophila

Cell Host & Microbe

Apr 24, 2012

Shih-Cheng WuJyh-Lyh Juang

Abstract

Local infections can trigger immune responses in distant organs, and this interorgan immunological crosstalk helps maintain immune homeostasis. We find that enterobacterial infection or chemically and genetically stimulating reactive oxygen species (ROS)-induced stress responses in the ...read more

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CNGA1 gene
LGALS4 gene
NCKAP1 gene
Hydrogen Peroxide
Immunoblotting
Caudal
Inflammation
Inflammatory Bowel Diseases
Drosophila
Cytokine Signaling
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Infection-induced intestinal oxidative stress triggers organ-to-organ immunological communication in Drosophila

Cell Host & Microbe

Apr 24, 2012

Shih-Cheng WuJyh-Lyh Juang

PMID: 22520468

DOI: 10.1016/j.chom.2012.03.004

Abstract

Local infections can trigger immune responses in distant organs, and this interorgan immunological crosstalk helps maintain immune homeostasis. We find that enterobacterial infection or chemically and genetically stimulating reactive oxygen species (ROS)-induced stress responses in the ...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

CNGA1 gene
LGALS4 gene
NCKAP1 gene
Hydrogen Peroxide
Immunoblotting
Caudal
Inflammation
Inflammatory Bowel Diseases
Drosophila
Cytokine Signaling

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