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Academic Article Targeted deletion of the lipopolysaccharide (LPS)-binding protein gene leads to profound suppression of LPS responses ex vivo, whereas in vivo responses remain intact.
Academic Article CD11/CD18 and CD14 share a common lipid A signaling pathway.
Academic Article Human toll-like receptors mediate cellular activation by Mycobacterium tuberculosis.
Academic Article Involvement of CD14 and beta2-integrins in activating cells with soluble and particulate lipopolysaccharides and mannuronic acid polymers.
Academic Article LPS-binding proteins and receptors.
Academic Article Construction of a lipopolysaccharide reporter cell line and its use in identifying mutants defective in endotoxin, but not TNF-alpha, signal transduction.
Academic Article Neutrophil influx in response to a peritoneal infection with Salmonella is delayed in lipopolysaccharide-binding protein or CD14-deficient mice.
Academic Article LPS-binding protein-deficient mice have an impaired defense against Gram-negative but not Gram-positive pneumonia.
Academic Article Lipopolysaccharide binding protein-deficient mice have a normal defense against pulmonary mycobacterial infection.
Academic Article Pulmonary lipopolysaccharide (LPS)-binding protein inhibits the LPS-induced lung inflammation in vivo.
Academic Article LBP, CD14, TLR4 and the murine innate immune response to a peritoneal Salmonella infection.
Academic Article The role of lipopolysaccharide binding protein in resistance to Salmonella infections in mice.
Academic Article Lipopolysaccharide binding protein is an essential component of the innate immune response to Escherichia coli peritonitis in mice.
Academic Article Neither CD14 nor serum is absolutely necessary for activation of mononuclear phagocytes by bacterial lipopolysaccharide.
Academic Article Cell activation by Toll-like receptors: role of LBP and CD14.
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