Ruth Goold Health Professional
Posted: Sat Aug 11th, 2007 14:41
Do you know which class(es) of AMPs are most effectove against the intracellular Th1 pathogens when the VDR is operating properly?
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Prof Trevor Marshall Foundation Staff
Posted: Sat Aug 11th, 2007 16:24
No, nobody really knows very much about how they work. In particular, some AMPs seem to be able to adapt conformation depending on the organism which is present. "Micro-RNA" loops were being discussed as a possible adaptive mechanism during the conference at Salk on January. I haven't had time to look into this in more detail yet.
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