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- A group of immune system proteins, produced and released by cells infected by a virus.
- Protein produced by cells that induces immunity to viral infection Various types of this substance are used in cancer treatment.
- A cytokine which is produced normally in response to a viral infection Produced by genetic engineering techniques, synthetic interferon is given as treatment for Myeloma It is used primarily as maintenance therapy in the plateau phase to block any re-growth of Myeloma and thus delays or prevents relapse.
- Substances produced by the body mainly to control its reaction to viruses and to act on the immune system There are different sorts of interferons - alpha, beta and gamma Beta-interferon is now being used to reduce the number of relapses in MS. - A class of small glycoproteins that exert antiviral activity at least in homologous cells.
- A naturally occurring class of proteins used to simulate the immune system to fight hepatitis and certain forms of cancer When used to fight hepatitis C, individual responses to treatment may be divided into three broad categories: sustained responders who rid the virus from their blood and have their serum liver enzymes return to normal even six months after therapy is stopped; nonresponders, who do not show a disappearance of viral RNA levels from the blood and do not have their serum liver enzymes return to normal; and partial responders, who drop their viral levels and liver enzymes on treatment but fail to maintain these successes once treatment is discontinued. a glycoprotein produced by cell s which mobilise the T lymphocytes to inhibit viruses and the growth of cancer cells. a biological response modifier that stimulates the growth of certain disease-fighting blood cells in the immune system.
- A general term used to describe a family of 20-25 proteins that cause a cell to become resistant to a wide variety of viruses They are produced by cells infected by almost any virus.
- The name given to a group of proteins that the body produces naturally in response to viral infections and other stimuli Interferon increases the activity of natural killer cells.
- A protein produced by various cells in the body Large quantities of different interferons may be produced in the laboratory These proteins are used in the treatment of some forms of cancer Interferon is a type of biological response modifier.
- Any of a family of glycoproteins that exhibit virus-nonspecific but host-specific antiviral activity by inducing the transcription of cellular genes coding for anti-viral proteins that selectively inhibit the synthesis of viral RNA and proteins The first effective biologic response modifier.
- A family of small proteins that stimulate viral resistance in cells.
- A protein produced by the immune system in response to attack by a virus that helps protect other healthy cells from attack.
- A protein liberated by cells following exposure to viruses and other microorganisms Interferons induce protein synthesis inhibitors that block translation of viral mRNA. a group of proteins released by white blood cells that combat a virus. n Any of a family of glycoproteins derived from human cells that normally has a role in fighting viral infections by preventing virus multiplication in cells.
- A protein that is produced by the body to protect against infection Many different cells including liver cells produce natural interferon Interferon also can be manufactured artificially through biotechnology for the treatment of chronic hepatitis B and C. a class of protein produced in miniscule amounts by infected cells that appear to boost the immune system and its ability to fight cancer. one of a family of some 20 cytokines that play a role in immune response.
- A protein produced naturally by the cells of our bodies It increases the resistance of surrounding cells to attacks by viruses One type of interferon, alpha interferon, is effective against certain types of cancer Others may prove effective in treating autoimmune diseases. a protein produced in organisms infected by viruses, and effective at protecting those organisms from other virus infections Interferons exert virus-nonspecific but host-specific antiviral activity by inducing the transcription of cellular genes coding for antiviral proteins that selectively inhibit the synthesis of viral DNA and proteins Interferons also have immunoregulatory functions Production of interferon can be stimulated by viral infection, especially by the presence of double stranded RNA, by intracellular parasites, by protozoa, and by bacteria and bacterial products Interferons have been divided into three distinct types associated with specific producer cells and functions, but all animal cells are capable of producing interferons, and certain producer cells produce more than one type.
- an antiviral protein produced by cells that have been invaded by a virus; inhibits replication of the virus.