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  1. ... instructions for making a protein that helps regulate inflammation, which is part of the body's early immune response to foreign invaders. Inflammation occurs when the immune system sends signaling molecules ...
  2. ... fully understood, it likely assists in keeping the inflammation process under control. Inflammation occurs when the immune system sends signaling molecules ...
  3. ... found in the skin where it helps regulate inflammation, part of the body's early immune response. Inflammation in the skin is stimulated when other proteins ...
  4. ... the body's immune responses and inflammatory reactions. Inflammation is a normal immune system response to injury ... be accompanied by fever and other signs of inflammation throughout the body (systemic inflammation). The episodes are ...
  5. ... Signaling from the TNFR1 protein can trigger either inflammation or self-destruction of the cell (apoptosis). Signaling ... protein called nuclear factor kappa B, which triggers inflammation and leads to the production of immune system ...
  6. ... blood cell that plays a critical role in inflammation. Inflammation is a normal immune system response to injury ... Some macrophages are pro-inflammatory, meaning they promote inflammation, while others are anti-inflammatory, meaning they reduce ...
  7. ... is involved in an immune process known as inflammation. Inflammation occurs when the immune system sends signaling molecules ... cells and tissues.Monarch-1 primarily stops (inhibits) inflammation by blocking the release of specific molecules that ...
  8. ... the blood and other tissues under conditions of inflammation. Inflammation occurs when the immune system sends signaling molecules ... is produced in the body during episodes of inflammation such as those that occur in familial Mediterranean ...
  9. ... cells to fight infection. Interferons also help regulate inflammation, which is another part of the body's ... on, leading to excessive immune system activity and inflammation.Constant inflammation is thought to disrupt the way ...
  10. ... of Crohn disease, a complex disorder that causes inflammation of the digestive system. In particular, NOD2 gene ... immune response to these bacteria may contribute to inflammation and the digestive problems characteristic of Crohn disease. ...
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