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Kinetic mechanism for viral dsRNA length discrimination by MDA5 filaments.
Multi-level regulation of cellular recognition of viral dsRNA.
Viral counterattack against the host innate immune system.
MDA5-filament, dynamics and disease.
Helicases in Antiviral Immunity: Dual Properties as Sensors and Effectors.
Antiviral Immunity and Circular RNA: No End in Sight.
An origin of the immunogenicity of in vitro transcribed RNA.
Double-Stranded RNA Sensors and Modulators in Innate Immunity.
Ubiquitin-Dependent and -Independent Roles of E3 Ligase RIPLET in Innate Immunity.
N6-Methyladenosine Modification Controls Circular RNA Immunity.
Filament-like Assemblies of Intracellular Nucleic Acid Sensors: Commonalities and Differences.
Molecular Mechanisms for Antiviral Signal Activation by MDA5 and RIG-I
Resolving functional aggregates: A new perspective on innate immune control
The Role of RNA Editing in the Immune Response.
Substrate recognition by TRIM and TRIM-like proteins in innate immunity.
Structural analysis of RIG-I-like receptors reveals ancient rules of engagement between diverse RNA helicases and TRIM ubiquitin ligases.