interleukin 15

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interleukin 15


Interleukin-15:Interleukin-15 receptor α scaffold for creation of multivalent targeted immune molecules

Interleukin-15 and Other Myokines in Chronic Alcoholics

Renal cells express a functional interleukin-15 receptor

Effects of Megestrol Acetate on Circulating Interleukin-15 and Interleukin-18 Concentrations in Healthy Elderly Men

Differentiation Therapy: Targeting Human Renal Cancer Stem Cells with Interleukin 15

Interleukin 15 Mediates Joint Destruction in Staphylococcus Aureus Arthritis

Evolution of interleukin-15 for higher E. coli expression and solubility

Expression of interleukin-15 in human endometrium and decidua

Serum interleukin‐15 is elevated in systemic lupus erythematosus

P070 Genetic polymorphisms of interleukin 15 (IL-15) in patients with ulcerative colitis

Changes in the mucosal expression of interleukin 15 in Helicobacter pylori-associated gastritis

Interleukin-15 Induces Antimicrobial Activity after Release by Cryptococcus neoformans-Stimulated Monocytes

Interleukin-15 Activates Human Natural Killer Cells to Clear the Intestinal Protozoan Cryptosporidium

Effect of Influenza A Infection on Umbilical Cord Blood Natural Killer Function Regulation With Interleukin-15

High Concentrations of Interleukin 15 in Breast Milk Are Associated with Protection against Postnatal HIV Transmission

Interleukin 15-Mediated Induction of Cytotoxic Effector Cells Capable of Eliminating Epstein-Barr Virus-Transformed/Immortalized Lymphocytes in Culture

Selective Effects of Interleukin (IL)–15 on Antifungal Activity and IL-8 Release by Polymorphonuclear Leukocytes in Response to Hyphae of Aspergillus Species


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A cytokine (IL-T) of the IL-2 family that stimulates T-cell and NK-cell proliferation and activation as well as enhancing B-cell expansion and antibody production. The receptor shares β and γ subunits with the IL-2 receptor but has has a unique α subunit (267 aa).

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