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IFNA3  -  interferon

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Disease relevance of IFNA

 

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Chemical compound and disease context of IFNA

 

Biological context of IFNA

  • It is intriguing that the smallest of the three introns is located just in the middle of the Glu-Glu sequence which is conserved among all three forms of interferon at approximately the same position [16].
  • In principle, divergent views of interferon action may be reconciled to a common mode of action by postulating that viral interference results from a newly induced or activated RNase of cellular origin and proper specificity that acts to reduce the accumulation and functional capacity of newly synthesized viral RNAs, particularly mRNA [17].
  • The promoter region is particularly G+C-rich and contains, in addition to interferon regulatory elements, potential S/W, X, and Y boxes that were originally described for mammalian class II but not class I alpha or beta 2-microglobulin genes [18].
  • To examine this response in greater detail, we studied its kinetics under the following conditions: (i) cessation of interferon treatment after different lengths of time, (ii) delayed inhibition of RNA or protein synthesis, and (iii) combinations of these treatments [19].
  • IRF-10 binds the interferon-stimulated response element site of the MHC class I promoter [20].
 

Anatomical context of IFNA

  • DNA from these clones specified biologically active interferon upon injection into the nuclei of Xenopus laevis oocytes [16].
  • Oligonucleotide inhibitor of protein synthesis made in extracts of interferon-treated chick embryo cells: comparison with the mouse low molecular weight inhibitor [21].
  • Because interferon can alter the program of events involved in conversion of 3T3-L1 fibroblasts into adipose cells, it may be able to affect the regulation of eukaryotic cell differentiation [22].
  • Variously inactivated or mock interferon preparations as well as interferons from several heterologous species fail to inhibit 3T3-L1 adipocyte conversion [22].
  • Murine natural killer (NK) cell activity against lymphoma targets can be classified into three major functional phenotypes, i.e., low, inducible, and high, according to the levels of endogeneous activity and the extent of augmentation by interferon (IFN) or IFN inducers, as previously described [23].
 

Associations of IFNA with chemical compounds

 

Enzymatic interactions of IFNA

 

Regulatory relationships of IFNA

 

Other interactions of IFNA

  • The expression of IRF-4 antisense RNA eliminated formation of soft agar colonies by v-Rel and reduced the proliferation of v-Rel-transformed cells. v-Rel-transformed fibroblasts produced interferon 1 (IFN1), which inhibits fibroblast proliferation [30].
  • Genomic DNA containing the first four exons and upstream sequences of the interferon (IFN)-inducible chicken Mx gene was cloned and sequenced [31].
  • Low GBP RNA levels were found in cells treated with type I interferon, whereas very high levels were observed in cells treated with supernatant of a chicken T cell line that secretes a gamma-interferon-like activity [32].
  • To gain further insights into the cytokine network of birds, we used polymerase chain reaction technology to clone a cDNA that codes for a chicken homolog of the interferon-induced guanylate-binding proteins (GBPs) [32].
  • Gamma interferon (IFN-gamma) mRNA was expressed by splenocytes from all infected birds between 3 and 10 dpi, associated with increasing MDV loads [33].
 

Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of IFNA

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