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Human monocytes, macrophages, and dendritic cells: alcohol treatment methods.
Alcohol and HCV: implications for liver cancer.
HCV immunopathogenesis: virus-induced strategies against host immunity.
Pathogenic interactions between alcohol and hepatitis C.
Innate immunity and alcoholic liver disease.
Hypoxia and hypoxia inducible factors: diverse roles in liver diseases.
Altered innate immunity in chronic hepatitis C infection: cause or effect?
Inhibition of TLR8- and TLR4-induced Type I IFN induction by alcohol is different from its effects on inflammatory cytokine production in monocytes.
Differences in innate immune signaling between alcoholic and non-alcoholic steatohepatitis.
Type III interferons, IL-28 and IL-29, are increased in chronic HCV infection and induce myeloid dendritic cell-mediated FoxP3+ regulatory T cells.
STING-IRF3 pathway links endoplasmic reticulum stress with hepatocyte apoptosis in early alcoholic liver disease.
Innate immune cell networking in hepatitis C virus infection.
IFN-? production by human natural killer cells in response to HCV-infected hepatoma cells is dependent on accessory cells.
Toll-like receptors in liver disease.
RSA 2004: combined basic research satellite symposium - session four: hepatitis virus and alcohol interactions in immunity and liver disease.
Innate immunity in alcoholic liver disease.
Hepatitis C and innate immunity: recent advances.
Alcohol-induced modulation of signaling pathways in liver parenchymal and nonparenchymal cells: implications for immunity.
Innate immune response and hepatic inflammation.