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The Role of PI3K/AKT Pathway and NADPH Oxidase 4 in Host ROS Manipulation by Toxoplasma gondii

Choi HG, Gao FF, Zhou W, Sun PR, Yuk JM, Lee YH, Cha GH

Dendritic cell is one of the first innate immune cell to encounter T. gondii after the parasite crosses the host intestinal epithelium. T. gondii requires intact DC as a carrier...
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4-Hydroxybenzaldehyde Restricts the Intracellular Growth of Toxoplasma gondii by Inducing SIRT1-Mediated Autophagy in Macrophages

lee J, Choi JW, Han HY, Kim WS, Song HY, Byun EB, Byun EH, Lee YH, Yuk JM

Toxoplasma gondii is an intracellular protozoan parasite that infects approximately one third of the human popu- lation worldwide. Considering the toxicity and side effects of anti-toxoplasma medications, it is important...
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Dipenyleneiodonium Induces Growth Inhibition of Toxoplasma gondii through ROS Induction in ARPE-19 Cells

Sun PR, Gao FF, Choi HG, Zhou W, Yuk JM, Kwon J, Lee YH, Cha GH

Based on the reactive oxygen species (ROS) regulatory properties of diphenyleneiodonium (DPI), we investigated the effects of DPI on host-infected T. gondii proliferation and determined specific concentration that inhibit the...
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Fasciola hepatica: Infection Status of Freshwater Snails Collected from Gangwon-do (Province), Korea

Lee JH, Quan JH, Choi IW, Park GM, Cha GH, Kim HJ, Yuk JM, Lee YH

Fasciola hepatica is a trematode that causes zoonosis, mainly in cattle and sheep, and occasionally in humans. Few recent studies have determined the infection status of this fluke in Korea....
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IL-12 and IL-23 Production in Toxoplasma gondii- or LPS-Treated Jurkat T Cells via PI3K and MAPK Signaling Pathways

Ismail HA, Kang BH, Kim JS, Lee JH, Choi IW, Cha GH, Yuk JM, Lee YH

IL-12 and IL-23 are closely related in structure, and have been shown to play crucial roles in regulation of immune responses. However, little is known about the regulation of these...
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Small Heterodimer Partner and Innate Immune Regulation

Yuk JM, Jin HS, Jo EK

The nuclear receptor superfamily consists of the steroid and non-steroid hormone receptors and the orphan nuclear receptors. Small heterodimer partner (SHP) is an orphan family nuclear receptor that plays an...
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Involvement of PI3K/AKT and MAPK Pathways for TNF-alpha Production in SiHa Cervical Mucosal Epithelial Cells Infected with Trichomonas vaginalis

Yang JB, Quan JH, Kim YE, Rhee YE, Kang BH, Choi IW, Cha GH, Yuk JM, Lee YH

Trichomonas vaginalis induces proinflammation in cervicovaginal mucosal epithelium. To investigate the signaling pathways in TNF-alpha production in cervical mucosal epithelium after T. vaginalis infection, the phosphorylation of PI3K/AKT and MAPK...
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Host immune responses to mycobacterial antigens and their implications for the development of a vaccine to control tuberculosis

Yuk JM, Jo EK

Tuberculosis (TB) remains a worldwide health problem, causing around 2 million deaths per year. Despite the bacillus Calmette Guerin vaccine being available for more than 80 years, it has limited...
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Characterization of Proinflammatory Responses and Innate Signaling Activation in Macrophages Infected with Mycobacterium scrofulaceum

Kim KH, Kim TS, Lee JG, Park JK, Yang M, Kim JM, Jo EK, Yuk JM

Mycobacterium scrofulaceum is an environmental and slow-growing atypical mycobacterium. Emerging evidence suggests that M. scrofulaceum infection is associated with cervical lymphadenitis in children and pulmonary or systemic infections in immunocompromised...
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Autophagy and bacterial infectious diseases

Yuk JM, Yoshimori , Jo EK

Autophagy is a housekeeping process that maintains cellular homeostasis through recycling of nutrients and degradation of damaged or aged cytoplasmic constituents. Over the past several years, accumulating evidence has suggested...
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Toll-like Receptors and Innate Immunity

Yuk JM, Jo EK

Toll-like receptors (TLRs) are the best-characterized membrane-bound receptors in innate immune cells, including macrophages and dendritic cells. Upon recognition of specific ligands originating from pathogen- and modified self-derived molecules, TLRs...
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The Role of Nitric Oxide in Mycobacterial Infections

Yang CS, Yuk JM, Jo EK

Although tuberculosis poses a significant health threat to the global population, it is a challenge to develop new and effective therapeutic strategies. Nitric oxide (NO) and inducible NO synthase (iNOS)...
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Nitric Oxide Synthesis is Modulated by 1,25-Dihydroxyvitamin D3 and Interferon-gamma in Human Macrophages after Mycobacterial Infection

Lee JS, Yang CS, Shin DM, Yuk JM, Son JW, Jo EK

BACKGROUND: Little information is available the role of Nitric Oxide (NO) in host defenses during human tuberculosis (TB) infection. We investigated the modulating factor(s) affecting NO synthase (iNOS) induction in...
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