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000151768 0247_ $$2doi$$a10.1016/S1369-5274(02)00294-1
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000151768 245__ $$aHow Drosophila combats microbial infection: a model to study innate immunity and host-pathogen interactions
000151768 269__ $$a2002
000151768 260__ $$bElsevier$$c2002
000151768 336__ $$aReviews
000151768 520__ $$aDuring the past year, dramatic progress has been achieved in our understanding of Drosophila immune reactions. The completion of the Drosophila genome sequencing project, microarray analysis and the use of genetic screens have led to the identification of several new genes required to combat microbial infection, filling in some important gaps in the understanding of innate immunity. At the same time, this insect was used as a model for the study of host-pathogen interactions. The recent major advances on the mechanisms by which this insect defends itself against intrusion of pathogens are discussed in this review.
000151768 6531_ $$aReceptors
000151768 6531_ $$aCell Surface
000151768 700__ $$aTzou, Phoebe
000151768 700__ $$aDe Gregorio, Ennio
000151768 700__ $$0244384$$aLemaitre, Bruno$$g178546
000151768 773__ $$j5$$k1$$q102-10$$tCurrent opinion in microbiology
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