ProInflam: a webserver for the prediction of proinflammatory antigenicity of peptides and proteins

@inproceedings{Gupta2016ProInflamAW,
  title={ProInflam: a webserver for the prediction of proinflammatory antigenicity of peptides and proteins},
  author={Sudheer Gupta and Midhun K. Madhu and Ashok K. Sharma and Vineet K. Sharma},
  booktitle={Journal of Translational Medicine},
  year={2016}
}
BackgroundProinflammatory immune response involves a complex series of molecular events leading to inflammatory reaction at a site, which enables host to combat plurality of infectious agents. It can be initiated by specific stimuli such as viral, bacterial, parasitic or allergenic antigens, or by non-specific stimuli such as LPS. On counter with such antigens, the complex interaction of antigen presenting cells, T cells and inflammatory mediators like IL1α, IL1β, TNFα, IL12, IL18 and IL23 lead… CONTINUE READING
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