Mode Of Bacteria-commensales Interaction With Immunity In Certain Syndromes Of Chronic Intestinal Inflammation

V.A. Bechalo, V.M. Bondarenko, E.V. Sisolyatina

Mode of bacteria-commensales interaction with immunity in certain syndromes of chronic intestinal inflammation
This review covers the molecular mechanisms that ensure the integrity of the intestinal epithelium and the nature of the interaction of normal microflora with immunity factors in some chronic inflammatory syndromes. We highlight the role of nitric oxide in the pathogenesis of inflammatory bowel disease, and the role of transcription factor NF-kB, involved in control of expression of genes coding for the synthesis of various antimicrobial products, anti-inflammatory and anti-inflammatory cytokines, and various enzymes and other. Data presented for the molecular genetic basis of pathogenesis of inflammatory diseases of digestive tract are very important to develop more effective methods of their therapy.

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