Zawatzky, R. and Wurmbaeck, H. and Falk, Werner and Homfeld, A. (1991) Endogenous interferon specifically regulates Newcastle disease virus-induced cytokine gene expression in mouse macrophages. Journal of virology 65 (9), pp. 4839-4846.
In macrophages from inbred mice, the magnitude of the interferon (IFN) response to Newcastle disease virus (NDV) infection is under genetic control of the If-1 locus, which carries the allele for either high (h) or low (l) IFN production. Here, we report that the activity of genes within the If-1 locus is influenced by macrophage-derived endogenous IFN. In addition to various other biological ...
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|Institutions:||Medicine > Lehrstuhl für Innere Medizin I|
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