alarmin

alarmin

(a-lar'min)
Any molecule released from a damaged or diseased cell that stimulates an immune response. Heat-shock proteins, interleukin-1a, and nucleosomes are examples.
Synonym: endokine
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Gerekce olarak bir hasta alarmin kendisini uyandiramadigini ve diger hasta ise kablolardan duydugu rahatsizligi dile getirmis.
However, the immune-modulating cytokine and endogenous alarmin interleukin-33 is upregulated in skin exposed to inflammatory UVB radiation.
Alarmin amaci mesane doluluguna olan duyarliligin sartli bir refleksle arttirilmasi (31) ve /veya gece mesane depolama islevinin arttirilmasidir (32).
The scientists found that T killer cells can sense an alarmin called "interleukin 33" (IL-33).
It was 34 minutes before Tranmere encountered any kind of alarmin their penalty area.
Now a volunteer for Cleveland Fire Brigade, Lynn said: "We had a smoke alarmin the house, but when the battery died we didn't replace it.
One nuclear protein, High mobility group box-1 (HMGB1), has received particular attention as fulfilling the functions of an alarmin by being involved in both infectious and non-infectious inflammatory conditions.