RNA recognition in immune cells

RNA stellt einen Stimulus für das angeborene Immunsystem durch die Aktivierung der endosomalen TLRs (3, 7 und 8) oder der zytosolischen RNA Sensoren (RIG-I und MDA-5) dar. Die Erkennung von RNA resultiert in der Sekretion von Typ-I Interferonen und / oder proinflammatorischen Zytokinen. Fremd-RNA wi...

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