IFNA

AcronymDefinition
IFNAInternational FidoNet Association
IFNAInternational Federation of Nonlinear Analysts (Florida Institute of Technology; Melbourne, FL)
IFNAInternational Federation of Nurse Anesthetists
IFNAInterferon Alpha Gene
IFNAInternational Forum of News Agencies
IFNAIslamic Forum of North America
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Qu underscored that the IFNA initiative is an important mechanism to achieve these goals and that FAO will continue supporting it.
[67] have shown that IFN[alpha] induces specific degradation of the nuclear viral DNA; their experimental data suggest that IFNa activation and activation of the lymphotoxin-[beta] receptor upregulates APOBEC3A and APOBEC3B, two cytidine deaminases, in HBV-infected cells, primary hepatocytes and human liver tissue specimens, to degrade cccDNA.
The moot also decided to set up a five-member Coordination Committee for the operation of International Forum of News Agencies (IFNA) as recommended by the participating countries.
The recommendations were unanimously adopted by the participants, who agreed to establish IFNA for providing a platform to national news agencies.
Studies mainly examined the relationship between sarcoidosis and non-HLA genes Non-HLA genes Variant Sarcoidosis relationship ACE1 I/D Predisposition CCR2 64I Predisposition, Lofgren s/m CCR5 Delta32 Predisposition, parenchymal involvement CCL5/RAN-TES -403G/A Extensive disease CTLA-4 -318CT Eye involvement IFNA 551TG Predisposition IL-18 -607A>C Predisposition IL-6 -174C Lung fibrosis STAT-4 SNP Predisposition TGF-beta1 Codon25 Lung fibrosis VEGF +813C>T Predisposition TNF-alfa -308A Lofgren s/m BTNL2 Rs2076530 Predisposition Annexin A11 Predisposition MEFV 12mutation Protective Non-HLA genes References ACE1 Schurmann et al.
In the case of atherosclerosis a link has been found with TLR-induced IFNa [18,80, 81], while, in cancer, the cells dying from chemotherapy release endogenous molecules that bring about an innate immune response following TLRmediated recognition, which has been found to be critical for cancer elimination [82].
Plasmacytoid dendritic cells participate in autoimmune diseases, such as IgG4-related pancreatitis, lupus erythematosus, psoriasis, and contact dermatitis, likely contributing to IFNa production [31, 32].
Hori, "Nitric oxide inhibits IFNa production of human plasmacytoid dendritic cells partly via a guanosine 3/,5/-cyclic monophosphate-dependent pathway," Journal of Immunology, vol.
Several autoimmune and inflammatory diseases (Type 1 diabetes, systemic lupus erythematosus, psoriasis, etc.) are characterized by a disorder of cytokines that are found produced in excess (ex: IFNa).
Neovacs has received the approval Investigational New Drug (IND), from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), to extend its ongoing Phase IIb clinical trial of IFNa Kinoid for the treatment of Lupus to the United States.