These tools will no longer be maintained as of December 31, 2024. Archived website can be found here. PubMed4Hh GitHub repository can be found here. Contact NLM Customer Service if you have questions.


BIOMARKERS

Molecular Biopsy of Human Tumors

- a resource for Precision Medicine *

357 related articles for article (PubMed ID: 11313374)

  • 1. HIV-1 gp120 stimulates the production of beta-chemokines in human peripheral blood monocytes through a CD4-independent mechanism.
    Fantuzzi L; Canini I; Belardelli F; Gessani S
    J Immunol; 2001 May; 166(9):5381-7. PubMed ID: 11313374
    [TBL] [Abstract][Full Text] [Related]  

  • 2. Acute alcohol intoxication and endotoxemia desensitize HIV-1 gp120-induced CC-chemokine production by Kupffer cells.
    Bautista AP
    Life Sci; 2001 Mar; 68(17):1939-49. PubMed ID: 11388697
    [TBL] [Abstract][Full Text] [Related]  

  • 3. HIV-1 gp120 and chemokine activation of Pyk2 and mitogen-activated protein kinases in primary macrophages mediated by calcium-dependent, pertussis toxin-insensitive chemokine receptor signaling.
    Del Corno M; Liu QH; Schols D; de Clercq E; Gessani S; Freedman BD; Collman RG
    Blood; 2001 Nov; 98(10):2909-16. PubMed ID: 11698270
    [TBL] [Abstract][Full Text] [Related]  

  • 4. Regulation of human immunodeficiency virus type 1 infection, beta-chemokine production, and CCR5 expression in CD40L-stimulated macrophages: immune control of viral entry.
    Cotter RL; Zheng J; Che M; Niemann D; Liu Y; He J; Thomas E; Gendelman HE
    J Virol; 2001 May; 75(9):4308-20. PubMed ID: 11287580
    [TBL] [Abstract][Full Text] [Related]  

  • 5. Lipopolysaccharide inhibits HIV-1 infection of monocyte- derived macrophages through direct and sustained down-regulation of CC chemokine receptor 5.
    Franchin G; Zybarth G; Dai WW; Dubrovsky L; Reiling N; Schmidtmayerova H; Bukrinsky M; Sherry B
    J Immunol; 2000 Mar; 164(5):2592-601. PubMed ID: 10679098
    [TBL] [Abstract][Full Text] [Related]  

  • 6. Role of chemokines and formyl peptides in pneumococcal pneumonia-induced monocyte/macrophage recruitment.
    Fillion I; Ouellet N; Simard M; Bergeron Y; Sato S; Bergeron MG
    J Immunol; 2001 Jun; 166(12):7353-61. PubMed ID: 11390486
    [TBL] [Abstract][Full Text] [Related]  

  • 7. HIV-1 envelope gp120 inhibits the monocyte response to chemokines through CD4 signal-dependent chemokine receptor down-regulation.
    Wang JM; Ueda H; Howard OM; Grimm MC; Chertov O; Gong X; Gong W; Resau JH; Broder CC; Evans G; Arthur LO; Ruscetti FW; Oppenheim JJ
    J Immunol; 1998 Oct; 161(8):4309-17. PubMed ID: 9780207
    [TBL] [Abstract][Full Text] [Related]  

  • 8. Induction of rapid and extensive beta-chemokine synthesis in macrophages by human immunodeficiency virus type 1 and gp120, independently of their coreceptor phenotype.
    Choe W; Volsky DJ; Potash MJ
    J Virol; 2001 Nov; 75(22):10738-45. PubMed ID: 11602715
    [TBL] [Abstract][Full Text] [Related]  

  • 9. gp120 induces cell death in human neuroblastoma cells through the CXCR4 and CCR5 chemokine receptors.
    Catani MV; Corasaniti MT; Navarra M; Nisticò G; Finazzi-Agrò A; Melino G
    J Neurochem; 2000 Jun; 74(6):2373-9. PubMed ID: 10820198
    [TBL] [Abstract][Full Text] [Related]  

  • 10. HIV type 1 glycoprotein 120 inhibits human B cell chemotaxis to CXC chemokine ligand (CXCL) 12, CC chemokine ligand (CCL)20, and CCL21.
    Badr G; Borhis G; Treton D; Moog C; Garraud O; Richard Y
    J Immunol; 2005 Jul; 175(1):302-10. PubMed ID: 15972662
    [TBL] [Abstract][Full Text] [Related]  

  • 11. HIV-1 gp120 and chemokines activate ion channels in primary macrophages through CCR5 and CXCR4 stimulation.
    Liu QH; Williams DA; McManus C; Baribaud F; Doms RW; Schols D; De Clercq E; Kotlikoff MI; Collman RG; Freedman BD
    Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A; 2000 Apr; 97(9):4832-7. PubMed ID: 10758170
    [TBL] [Abstract][Full Text] [Related]  

  • 12. Chemokines and activated macrophages in HIV gp120-induced neuronal apoptosis.
    Kaul M; Lipton SA
    Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A; 1999 Jul; 96(14):8212-6. PubMed ID: 10393974
    [TBL] [Abstract][Full Text] [Related]  

  • 13. Is decreased HIV-1 infectivity of placental macrophages caused by high levels of beta-chemokines?
    Meléndez J; García V; Sánchez E; Delgado R; Torres G; Meléndez-Guerrero LM
    Cell Mol Biol (Noisy-le-grand); 2001; 47 Online Pub():OL51-9. PubMed ID: 11936874
    [TBL] [Abstract][Full Text] [Related]  

  • 14. Expression and use of human immunodeficiency virus type 1 coreceptors by human alveolar macrophages.
    Worgall S; Connor R; Kaner RJ; Fenamore E; Sheridan K; Singh R; Crystal RG
    J Virol; 1999 Jul; 73(7):5865-74. PubMed ID: 10364338
    [TBL] [Abstract][Full Text] [Related]  

  • 15. Interactions between HIV-infected monocyte-derived macrophages and human brain microvascular endothelial cells result in increased expression of CC chemokines.
    Boven LA; Middel J; Breij EC; Schotte D; Verhoef J; Soderland C; Nottet HS
    J Neurovirol; 2000 Oct; 6(5):382-9. PubMed ID: 11031691
    [TBL] [Abstract][Full Text] [Related]  

  • 16. Dysregulation of beta-chemokines in the lungs of HIV-1-infected patients.
    Aung H; McKenna SM; Ketoff NR; Jones L; Wu M; Hejal R; Rich EA; Toossi Z
    J Acquir Immune Defic Syndr; 2001 Apr; 26(4):305-14. PubMed ID: 11317070
    [TBL] [Abstract][Full Text] [Related]  

  • 17. Induction of cytokines by HIV-1 and its gp120 protein in human peripheral blood monocyte/macrophages and modulation of cytokine response during differentiation.
    Gessani S; Borghi P; Fantuzzi L; Varano B; Conti L; Puddu P; Belardelli F
    J Leukoc Biol; 1997 Jul; 62(1):49-53. PubMed ID: 9225992
    [TBL] [Abstract][Full Text] [Related]  

  • 18. Murine sclerodermatous graft-versus-host disease, a model for human scleroderma: cutaneous cytokines, chemokines, and immune cell activation.
    Zhang Y; McCormick LL; Desai SR; Wu C; Gilliam AC
    J Immunol; 2002 Mar; 168(6):3088-98. PubMed ID: 11884483
    [TBL] [Abstract][Full Text] [Related]  

  • 19. Mycobacterium tuberculosis-induced CXCR4 and chemokine expression leads to preferential X4 HIV-1 replication in human macrophages.
    Hoshino Y; Tse DB; Rochford G; Prabhakar S; Hoshino S; Chitkara N; Kuwabara K; Ching E; Raju B; Gold JA; Borkowsky W; Rom WN; Pine R; Weiden M
    J Immunol; 2004 May; 172(10):6251-8. PubMed ID: 15128813
    [TBL] [Abstract][Full Text] [Related]  

  • 20. Nonproductive human immunodeficiency virus type 1 infection of human fetal astrocytes: independence from CD4 and major chemokine receptors.
    Sabri F; Tresoldi E; Di Stefano M; Polo S; Monaco MC; Verani A; Fiore JR; Lusso P; Major E; Chiodi F; Scarlatti G
    Virology; 1999 Nov; 264(2):370-84. PubMed ID: 10562499
    [TBL] [Abstract][Full Text] [Related]  

    [Next]    [New Search]
    of 18.