Kristen Lynette Hosey

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We previously reported that Chlamydia muridarum-infected murine oviduct epithelial cells (OE cells) secrete interferon β (IFN-β) in a mostly TLR3-dependent manner. However, C. muridarum-infected TLR3-deficient OE cells were still able to secrete detectable levels of IFN-β into the supernatants, suggesting that other signaling pathways contribute to(More)
We previously reported that the IFN-β secreted by Chlamydia muridarum-infected murine oviduct epithelial cells (OE cells) was mostly dependent on the TLR3 signaling pathway. To further characterize the mechanisms of IFN-β synthesis during Chlamydia infection of OE cells in vitro, we utilized specific inhibitory drugs to clarify the roles of IRF3 and NF-κB(More)
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