TNF and TNF Receptor Superfamily Members in HIV infection: New Cellular Targets for Therapy?

@article{Kumar2013TNFAT,
  title={TNF and TNF Receptor Superfamily Members in HIV infection: New Cellular Targets for Therapy?},
  author={A. Kumar and W. Abbas and G. Herbein},
  journal={Mediators of Inflammation},
  year={2013},
  volume={2013}
}
Tumor necrosis factor (TNF) and TNF receptors (TNFR) superfamily members are engaged in diverse cellular phenomena such as cellular proliferation, morphogenesis, apoptosis, inflammation, and immune regulation. Their role in regulating viral infections has been well documented. Viruses have evolved with numerous strategies to interfere with TNF-mediated signaling indicating the importance of TNF and TNFR superfamily in viral pathogenesis. Recent research reports suggest that TNF and TNFRs play… Expand
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