alexa Microbial manipulation of receptor crosstalk in innate immunity.
Microbiology

Microbiology

Mycobacterial Diseases

Author(s): Hajishengallis G, Lambris JD

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Abstract In the arms race of host-microbe co-evolution, successful microbial pathogens have evolved ingenious ways to evade host immune responses. In this Review, we focus on 'crosstalk manipulation' - the microbial strategies that instigate, subvert or disrupt the molecular signalling crosstalk between receptors of the innate immune system. This proactive interference undermines host defences and contributes to microbial adaptive fitness and persistent infections. Understanding how pathogens exploit host receptor crosstalk mechanisms and infiltrate the host signalling network is essential for developing interventions to redirect the host response and achieve protective immunity.
This article was published in Nat Rev Immunol and referenced in Mycobacterial Diseases

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