Kelly M. Seidl

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Dendritic cells (DCs) retrovirally transduced with IL-4 have recently been shown to inhibit murine collagen-induced arthritis and associated Th1 immune responses in vivo, but the mechanisms that underly these effects are not yet understood. In this report we demonstrate that IL-4-transduced DCs loaded with antigen led to lower T cell production of(More)
BACKGROUND The success of anti-TNF biologics for the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis has highlighted the importance of understanding the intracellular pathways that regulate TNF production in the quest for an orally-available small molecule inhibitor. p38 is known to strongly regulate TNF production via MK2. The failure of several p38 inhibitors in the(More)
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