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in ter looh kin

  • n  any of several lymphokines that promote macrophages and killer T cells and B cells and other components of the immune system

  • He regularly dosed himself with combinations of AZT, DDI and interleukin-2 (two antiretrovirals and an immune enhancer), enduring nausea and developing a rash as a result.
  • What they found were two new genes, IL2 and IL7, which code for receptors for interleukin the proteins that regulate how T cells work in the body.
  • The macrophage then secretes a protein called interleukin-1, a chemical signal that causes the T cell to begin replicating.

  • Kari Stefansson in New York Times
    But once you have an ironclad discovery, as I believe the interleukin-7 receptor is, then you have the motivation to endure the expense of a long clinical trial,Dr. Stefánsson said.
  • Thomas Curran in
    We are pleased to welcome Tom to Interleukin,said Thomas Curran, Interim Chief Executive Officer. "Tom's more than 25 years of financial and industry experience, as well as his leadership and strategy skills will help the company focus on...
  • James Weaver in Trading Markets (press release)
    We had contemplated that Lew would join the Board when he joined Interleukin Genetics as CEO and we are pleased that the process is now complete,said Weaver.

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