Molecular Mimicry by Herpes Simplex Virus-Type 1:Autoimmune Disease After Viral Infection | SUPPLEMENT | Pediatrics
Molecular Mimicry by Herpes Simplex Virus-Type 1:Autoimmune Disease After Viral Infection. James E. Gern ... Molecular Mimicry by Herpes Simplex Virus-Type 1:Autoimmune Disease After Viral Infection ... Molecular Mimicry by Herpes Simplex Virus-Type 1:Autoimmune Disease After Viral Infection ... One possible explanation for this phenomenon is "molecular mimicry." According to this hypothesis, a virus could trigger ...http://pediatrics.aappublications.org/content/104/Supplement_2/403.2
Abstract: Molecular mimicry of bacteria as a factor in bacterial pathogenicity
... called molecular mimicry, is considered as significant pathogenic fac ... Structural and functional homology between bacterial proteins and host antigens, called molecular mimicry, is considered as ...http://www.prohealth.com/library/showarticle.cfm?libid=8486
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Molecular Mimicry in Type 1 Diabetes; Immune Cross-Reactivity between Islet Autoantigen and Human Cytomegalovirus but Not ...http://www.direct-ms.org/node/2763
RCSB PDB for 1P7K
Structure of an anti-DNA fab complexed with a non-DNA ligand provides insights into cross-reactivity and molecular mimicry. ...http://www.rcsb.org/pdb/explore/biologyAndChemistry.do?structureId=1P7K
Conformational Melding Permits a Conserved Binding Geometry in TCR Recognition of Foreign and Self Molecular Mimics | The...
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Molecular Mimicry and Disease - erv
They can! Through 'molecular mimicry'!. Lets say you woke up this morning, your throats super sore, huge tonsils- crap. Strep ... But if you agree that molecular mimicry is not an arms race, it was rather pointless to use the malarial arms race as an ... But more and more diseases are being linked to molecular mimicry- this same group found that antibodies that react to a ... You know what really shows that molecular mimicry is an evolutionary arms race? The Cold War. See, you'd know that if you'd ...http://scienceblogs.com/erv/2008/09/02/everyone-knows-that-bacteriavi/
A definition of the medical term "molecular mimicry" is presented. Molecular mimicry refers to the antigenic similarity between ... molecular. // Taber's Cyclopedic Medical Dictionary;2005, p1376 A definition of the medical term "molecular" is presented. ... Molecular refers to molecules. The definition is from the "Taber's Cyclopedic Medical Dictionary," published by F.A. Davis Co. ...http://connection.ebscohost.com/c/reference-entries/21236289/molecular-mimicry
Molecular Mimicry § SEEDMAGAZINE.COM
New biological research has revealed mimicry at the molecular scale that could have profound implications for medicine and ... New biological research has revealed mimicry at the molecular scale that could have profound implications for medicine and ... This mimicry takes place at the molecular level, when a bacteriophage (a virus that preys on bacteria) known as Tn916 attacks ... More mimicry at Researchblogging.org:. *Should designer genes be patentable? Tom Paine's Ghost wants to know: If a human ...http://seedmagazine.com/content/article/molecular_mimicry/
Molecular mimicry - Wikipedia
The prerequisite for molecular mimicry to occur is thus the sharing of the immunodominant epitope between the pathogen and the ... Molecular mimicry, from these examples, has therefore been shown to occur in the absence of any true sequence homology. There ... Molecular mimicry has been characterized as recently as the 1970s as another mechanism by which a pathogen can generate ... Molecular mimicry is, however, only one mechanism by which an autoimmune disease can occur in association with a pathogen. ...https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Molecular_mimicry
ASMscience | Molecular Mimicry betwee
Molecular mimicry was proposed as a potential mechanism for streptococcal sequela many years ago, before cardiac myosin and ... Mimicry between myosin, M protein, and N-acetylglucosamine may break tolerance to epitopes of human cardiac myosin in patients ... Studies of cross-reactive monoclonal antibodies (MAbs) and T cells have led to a better understanding of how mimicry between ... Home / Books / Molecular Mimicry, Microbes, and Autoimmunity / Chapter Chapter 4 : Molecular Mimicry between Streptococcal M ...http://www.asmscience.org/content/book/10.1128/9781555818074.chap4
Anti-Idiotypes, Receptors, and Molecular Mimicry eBook by - 9781461237341 | Rakuten Kobo
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Autoimmune disease and molecular mimicry: an hypothesis. - UCL Discovery
This article suggests an hypothesis for the pathogenesis of autoimmune diseases based on molecular mimicry. The mimicry ... Autoimmune disease and molecular mimicry: an hypothesis. Trends Biochem Sci , 18 (4) pp. 140-144. ...http://discovery.ucl.ac.uk/493541/
Molecular mimicry between HSP 65 of Mycobacterium leprae and cytokeratin 10 of the host keratin; Role in pathogenesis of...
Molecular mimicry between HSP 65 of Mycobacterium leprae and cytokeratin 10 of the host keratin; Role in pathogenesis of ... In conclusion, our study provides evidence for the existence of molecular mimicry between cytokeratin-10 of keratin (host ... The cross-reactive protein of keratin was found to be in molecular weight range ≈74-51kDa and at pI 4.5 while the cross- ... Comparative molecular characterization between keratin and MLSA noted a cross-reactivity/similarity between these two antigens ...http://www.biomedsearch.com/nih/Molecular-mimicry-between-HSP-65/23121977.html
Molecular Mimicry of CF3CO-Lysine by Lipoic Acid I: The Dihydrolipoamide Acetyltransferase Subunit of the Human Pyruvate...
Molecular Mimicry of CF3CO-Lysine by Lipoic Acid I: The Dihydrolipoamide Acetyltransferase Subunit of the Human Pyruvate ... These data suggest that the E2 subunit of PDH is an autoantigen in halothane hepatitis and that molecular mimicry of CF3CO- ... Christen U., Gut J. (1995) Molecular Mimicry of CF3CO-Lysine by Lipoic Acid I: The Dihydrolipoamide Acetyltransferase Subunit ...https://rd.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-642-79451-3_50
Molecular Mimicry, Influenza Virus and Narcolepsy
You are here: Home > Molecular Mimicry, Influenza Virus and Narcolepsy Molecular Mimicry, Influenza Virus and Narcolepsy. ... Posted in Autoimmunity Tagged Molecular mimicry, Narcolepsy. 11 Responses. * Samantha Deochand. February 1, 2014. at 8:08 pm. ... For molecular mimicry to work there has to be a specific strand of amino acids found in a protein that mimics another set of ... I've heard of molecular mimicry in my microbiology course, but the phenomenon was presented to me as a way for pathogens to ...http://immunitytales.com/molecular-mimicry-influenza-virus-and-narcolepsy/
Molecular Mimicry and Autoimmune Diseases | Dr. Lauren Deville, Naturopathic Doctor - Tucson, AZ
Molecular mimicry is when one molecule mimics another one in the way it behaves in the body. Specifically, it's when the immune ... Molecular Mimicry and Autoimmune Diseases. Home/Articles, Chronic Illnesses, Conditions & Treatments/Molecular Mimicry and ... How Molecular Mimicry Triggers Autoimmunity. The idea that molecular mimicry could play a role in autoimmunity was first ... Molecular Mimicry and Autoimmune Diseases. Molecular mimicry is when one molecule mimics another one in the way it behaves in ...http://www.drlaurendeville.com/articles/molecular-mimicry-and-autoimmune-diseases/
Shodhganga@INFLIBNET: Molecular mimicry of concanavalin a ligands: structural implications and immunological relevance
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USP44+ Cancer Stem Cell Subclones Contribute to Breast Cancer Aggressiveness by Promoting Vasculogenic Mimicry | Molecular...
Molecular pathways: vasculogenic mimicry in tumor cells: diagnostic and therapeutic implications. Clin Cancer Res 2012;18:2726- ... Tumor cell vasculogenic mimicry: from controversy to therapeutic promise. Am J Pathol 2012;181:1115-25. ... Vascular channel formation by human melanoma cells in vivo and in vitro: vasculogenic mimicry. Am J Pathol 1999;155:739-52. ... Tumour vasculogenic mimicry is associated with poor prognosis of human cancer patients: a systemic review and meta-analysis. ...http://mct.aacrjournals.org/content/14/9/2121
Abstract B058: Role of IL8-CXCR1/2 axis in glioblastoma cell proliferation, invasion, and vascular mimicry | Molecular Cancer...
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"Molecular Mimicry between Fc Receptor and S Peplomer Protein of Mouse " by Emilia L. Oleszak, Jacek Kuzmak et al.
Molecular Mimicry between Fc Receptor and S Peplomer Protein of Mouse Hepatitis Virus, Bovine Corona Virus, and Transmissible ... Molecular mimicry between Fc receptor and S peplomer protein of mouse hepatitis virus, bovine corona virus, and transmissible ... "Molecular Mimicry between Fc Receptor and S Peplomer Protein of Mouse Hepatitis Virus, Bovine Corona Virus, and Transmissible ...https://scholarworks.sfasu.edu/biology/50/
Molecular mimicry of bacterial polysaccharides and their role in etiology of infectious and autoimmunological diseases -...
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Viruses | Free Full-Text | Molecular Signatures of Hepatitis C Virus (HCV)-Induced Type II Mixed Cryoglobulinemia (MCII) | HTML
However, the molecular pathways involved and the factors predisposing to the development of these HCV-related extrahepatic ... analyze the host and viral factors taking part in the development of MCII in order to give a general outlook of the molecular ... 3. Molecular Mechanisms Involved in the Establishment of HCV-Related MCII. 3.1. Molecular Mimicry. The expression of proteins ... Oldstone, M.B. Molecular mimicry and immune-mediated diseases. FASEB J. 1998, 12, 1255-1265. [Google Scholar] ...http://www.mdpi.com/1999-4915/4/11/2924/htm
Autoimmune Thyroid Disorders
4. Molecular Mimicry. Molecular mimicry implies structural similarity between some infectious or other exogenous agent and ... The major mechanisms for which there is some evidence are molecular mimicry (specificity crossover), thyroid-cell expression of ... initiation by bystander damage and not molecular mimicry," Nature Medicine, vol. 4, no. 7, pp. 781-785, 1998. View at Publisher ... S. M. McLachlan and B. Rapoport, "The molecular biology of thyroid peroxidase: cloning, expression and role as autoantigen in ...https://www.hindawi.com/journals/isrn/2013/509764/
ASMscience | Lyme Borreliosis
Molecular mimicry in Lyme disease: monoclonal antibody H9724 to B. burgdorferi flagellin specifically detects chaperonin-HSP60 ... Molecular evidence for a new bacteriophage of Borrelia burgdorferi. J. Bacteriol. 181:7308-7313.. ... Identification of candidate T-cell epitopes and molecular mimics in chronic Lyme disease. Nat. Med. 5:1375-1382.. ... Molecular characterization of a 6.6- kilodalton Borrelia burgdorferi outer membrane-associated lipoprotein (lp6.6) which ...http://www.asmscience.org/content/book/10.1128/9781555816490.chap11
Editorial Articles - culture, cell & molecular biology and epigenetics | The Scientist Magazine®
Mimicry Muses. By Mary Beth Aberlin , August 1, 2015 The animal world is full of clever solutions to bioengineering challenges. ...https://www.the-scientist.com/?articles.list/categoryNo/2913/category/Editorial/tagNo/3,4,65/tags/culture,cell--amp--molecular-biology,epigenetics/