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Proteases and Their Receptors in Inflammation

Nathalie Vergnolle

Proteases and Their Receptors in Inflammation

by Nathalie Vergnolle

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Published by Springer Basel AG in Basel .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Medicine,
  • Immunology,
  • Cytology,
  • Emerging infectious diseases

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Nathalie Vergnolle, Michel Chignard
    SeriesProgress in Inflammation Research
    ContributionsChignard, Michel, SpringerLink (Online service)
    The Physical Object
    Format[electronic resource] /
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25546227M
    ISBN 109783034801560, 9783034801577

    In: Proteases and Their Receptors in Inflammation, (Eds. Nancy Vergnolle & Michel Chignard), Springer, pp. Kantyka, T., & Potempa, J. () Human SCCA serpins inhibit staphylococcal cysteine proteases by forming classic "serpin-like" covalent complexes. Their control by inhibitors is important in maintaining health. Proteases also split cell surface receptors, leading to activation of second messenger systems and cellular responses such as differentiation and proliferation. Micro-organisms use proteases to alter normal biological mechanisms in the host and facilitate pathogenesis. Research areas.

    Combining their backgrounds in pathology and education, Drs Trowbridge and Emling have created a comprehensive "self-study" program in inflammation. Chapters build on the reader's basic medical science background, and strategically placed "self-tests" allow readers to pause and test their comprehension before advancing to new material. Useful metaphors, informative . Cytokines, including interleukins 1–10, tumor necrosis factor α (TNF-α), and interferon γ (INF-γ) are produced predominantly by macrophages and lymphocytes but can be synthesized by other cell types as role in inflammation is complex. These polypeptides modulate the activity and function of other cells to coordinate and control the inflammatory response.

    This, the fifth volume in the Proteases in Biology and Disease series, is devoted to Proteases in Gastrointestinal Tissues. Of course, proteases play an important role in the digestion and utilization of ingested proteins, but besides that they elicit a wide range of physiological and pathological effects. Fundamentals of Inflammation - edited by Charles N. Serhan April INTRODUCTION. The inflammatory response consists of an innate system of cellular and humoral responses following injury (such as after heat or cold exposure, ischemia/reperfusion, blunt trauma, etc.), in which the body attempts to restore the tissue to its preinjury by: 9.


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Finally, the evidence for considering proteases and their receptors as potential molecular targets for therapeutic interventions in the treatment of inflammatory diseases is discussed in the context of specific organ inflammatory pathologies (the lung, gastrointestinal tract, skin, joints, etc.).

Finally, the evidence for considering proteases and their receptors as potential molecular targets for therapeutic interventions in the treatment of inflammatory diseases is discussed in the context of specific organ inflammatory pathologies (the lung, gastrointestinal tract, skin, joints, etc.).Manufacturer: Springer.

Finally, the evidence for considering proteases and their receptors as potential molecular targets for therapeutic interventions in the treatment of inflammatory diseases is discussed in the context of specific organ inflammatory pathologies (the lung, gastrointestinal tract, skin, joints, etc.).Format: Paperback.

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Proteases are everywhere from prokaryotes to eukaryotes, from virus to bacteria and in all human tissues, playing a role in many biological functions. Among these functions, the inflammatory reaction is of particular interest.

In inflamed tissues, proteases can have a microbial and/or host origin and are involved not only in tissue remodeling, but also in specific signaling. Get this from a library. Proteases and their receptors in inflammation. [Nathalie Vergnolle; Michel Chignard;] -- Proteases are everywhere from prokaryotes to eukaryotes, from virus to bacteria and in all human tissues, playing a role in many biological functions.

Among these functions, the inflammatory reaction. Title:Proteases and their Receptors as Mediators of Inflammation-Associated Colon Cancer VOLUME: 21 ISSUE: 21 Author(s):Elizabeth H. Trusevych and Wallace K. MacNaughton Affiliation:Department of Physiology and Pharmacology, University of Calgary, Hospital Dr NW, Calgary, AB, T2N 4N1 Canada.

Keywords:colitis-associated cancer, colorectal cancer, Cited by: 7. This induction can be direct, through the degradation of pathogens within phagolysosomes, or indirect, through the activation of key pattern recognition receptors (PRRs), such as toll-like receptors (TLRs).

Unfortunately, excess production of proteases leads to maladaptive host responses and excess tissue inflammation and by: 4. Kup książkę Proteases and Their Receptors in Inflammation (Nathalie Vergnolle, Michel Chignard) za jedyne zł u sprzedawcy godnego zaufania.

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Description In recent years, serine proteases and matrix metalloproteinases (MMPs) have gained considerable attention in tumor biology. For most of these proteases, their expression is a reliable indication of ongoing tissue remodeling.

This book provides a comprehensive evaluation of the mechanisms of action of proteases and their inhibitors in tumor Rating: % positive. Robert I. Lehrer, in Encyclopedia of Immunology (Second Edition), Serine proteases and their congeners.

Human PMN granules contain several neutral proteases, and congeners that manifest microbicidal activity in most prominent of these are cathepsin G (a chymotrypsin-like enzyme), elastase and an enzymatically-inactive elastase congener, ‘.

Presenting a comprehensive overview of the multifaceted field of proteases in the extracellular matrix environment, this reference focuses on the recently elucidated functions of complex proteolytic systems in physiological and pathological tissue remodeling.

The proteases treated include both serine proteases such as plasminogen activators and TTSPs, Author: Niels Behrendt. This book covers the entire gamut from the various cellular players in the inflammation-immune response to its ramifications in terms of protection against pathogens as well as in onset of metabolic, aging and auto-immune related diseases.

Finally, the balancing role of dietary nutrients between host defence and immune support is also showcased. Pharmacology of Adenosine Receptors and Their Signaling Role in Immunity and Inflammation.

By Fernanda da Rocha Lapa, Sérgio José Macedo Júnior, Murilo Luiz Cerutti and Adair Roberto Soares Santos. Submitted: September 20th Reviewed: October 4th Published: July 2nd DOI: /Cited by: 3. Acute wounds normally heal in an orderly and efficient manner, and progress smoothly through the four distinct, but overlapping phases of wound healing: haemostasis, inflammation, proliferation and remodelling (Figure ).1,2,3 In contrast, chronic wounds will similarly begin the healing process, but will have prolonged inflammatory, proliferative, or remodelling phases, Cited by: 1.

Grant, A., Amadesi, S. and Bunnett, N. () Protease-activated receptors: mechanisms by which proteases sensitize TRPV channels to induce neurogenic inflammation and pain. In: Heller, S. and Liedtke, W. (eds.) TRP Ion Channel Function in Sensory Transduction and Cellular Signaling Cascades.

CRC Press, pp. ISBN (Chapter 8). For example, keratinocyte migration requires their de novo secretion of laminin-5 (also called ) at the leading edge, providing a substrate for the migration and proliferation of the keratinocytes.In addition, re-epithelialization and wound healing require the activity of various proteases, including the serine protease by: Toll-like receptors (TLRs) are a class of proteins that play a key role in the innate immune are single-pass membrane-spanning receptors usually expressed on sentinel cells such as macrophages and dendritic cells, that recognize structurally conserved molecules derived from these microbes have breached physical barriers such as the skin or Membranome: 7.Angiogenesis is the process of forming new blood vessels from existing blood vessels.

It is a highly complex process involving extensive interplay between cells, soluble factors, and the extracellular matrix (ECM). Angiogenesis is critical during normal physiological development, but it also occurs in adults during inflammation, wound healing, ischemia, and in pathological .