interferon-tau

interferon-tau

an interferon secreted by bovine concepti, with potent antiretroviral activity; in experimental use.
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aureus strain ATCC 25923 was cultured at 37[degrees]C in Mueller-Hinton II cation adjusted broth (MH, BD Biosciences, Sparks, MD, USA) 180 rpm with IFN-[tau] (Recombinant Ovine Interferon-tau, IFN-[TAU]-29O, Creative Bioarray, New York, USA) treatment (0, 50, 100, and 200 ng/mL).
Bixler, "Interferon-tau: current applications and potential in antiviral therapy," Journal of Interferon & Cytokine Research, vol.
Role of interferon-tau in the maternal recognition of pregnancy *
Atuacao do Interferon-tau no reconhecimento materno da gestacao
Interferon-tau (IFNT), produced by the mononucleate TE of ruminant ungulates during the peri-implantation period (Farin et al., 1989; Guillomot et al., 1990; Demmers et al., 2001), is a major protein that signals the process of maternal recognition of pregnancy (Godkin et al., 1982; Imakawa et al., 1987; Stewart et al., 1987; Roberts et al., 1992).
Interferon-tau and progesterone regulate ubiquitin cross-reactive protein expression in the ovine uterus.
Em ruminantes, este periodo requer o alongamento do embriao, que coincide com a maxima producao de interferon-tau (IFNT).
He is best known for his research with interferon-tau and other proteins that enable an unborn embryo and mother to "communicate" chemically during pregnancy.
Several fibroblast growth factors are expressed during pre-attachment bovine conceptus development and regulate interferon-tau expression from trophectoderm.