• Biology
  • Published 2009

Advance in Study on Mechanism of Toll-like Receptor During the Infection of Aspergillus Fumigatus

@inproceedings{Rongya2009AdvanceIS,
  title={Advance in Study on Mechanism of Toll-like Receptor During the Infection of Aspergillus Fumigatus},
  author={Yang Rong-ya},
  year={2009}
}
Toll-like receptors as the main pattern recognition receptor involved in innate immunity can respond to the PAMPs of many microorganisms. After binding with its agonists,TLRs can trigger the intracellular signaling transduction and induce a series of physiological processes inMyD88-dependent or-independentway1PAMPs. Aspergillus fumigatus may escape the recognition of innate immunity by taking advantage of phenotypic swithching yeast and hypae through TLRs.