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Cytokines: Interleukins
4.18
Interleukin-18
143
4.19
Interleukin-19
143
4.20
Interleukin-20
143
4.21
Interleukin-21
143
4.22
Interleukin-22
143
4.23
Interleukin-23
144
4.24
Interleukin-24
144
4.25
Interleukin-25
144
4.26
Interleukin-26
144
4.27
Interleukin-27
144
4.28
Interleukin-28
144
4.29
Interleukin-29
145
5
Interleukin Physiology
145
6
Pathophysiology and Disease Correlates
147
7
Clinical Uses of Interleukins
148
8
Concluding Remarks
150
Acknowledgments
150
Bibliography
151
Books and Reviews
151
Keywords
Cytokine
One of a class of inducible biologically active proteins that exercise speciFc,
receptor-mediated effects in target cells or in the cytokine-producing cells themselves.
Interleukin
One of several different cytokines acting between leukocytes and other cell types, which
has a variety of stimulatory activities that regulate immune, inflammatory, and
hematopoietic responses.
Hematopoietin
One of a subgroup of interleukins having an
α
-helical bundle structure.
Hematopoietin Receptor
One of a class of structurally related cell surface receptors for the hematopoietin
subgroup of interleukins.
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