The Genomic Revolution:

Implications for Treatment and Control of Infectious Disease

November 10 - 13, 2005
Beckman Center - Irvine, CA

 


 1. Introduction

 2. Heritability of P ...

 3. Heritability of P ...

 4. Heritability of P ...

 5. Heritability of P ...

 6. What Loci Confer ...

 7. Potentially, prem ...

 8. An immune system ...

 9. How do mammals se ...

10. Image A

11. How do mammals s ...

12. How do mammals s ...

13. Image B

14. Image C

15. Image D

16. Choe et al., 200 ...

17. The role of TLR ...

18. But many of the ...

19. In 2001, Shizuo ...

20. Diagram

21. Perhaps other co ...

22. ~3,000 bp change ...

23. (Almost) the bes ...

24. Pretty (c-kit)

25. Velvet (Egfr)

26. “piglet”

27. Tora [recessive]

28. Eel [recessive]

29. business class

30. South beach

31. Opaque

32. pinkie

33. bat

34. N-ethyl-N-nitros ...

35. All Phenotypes M ...

36. Molecular Defect ...

37. Immunological Ph ...

38. Analysis of the ...

39. This has led to ...

40. Lps2

41. Lps2 Specificall ...

42. MyD88-Independen ...

43. Lps2 Mutants are ...

44. MD-2

45. Coarse Mapping ( ...

46. The Lps2 Critica ...

47. The Lps2 Mutatio ...

48. Graph B

49. Mf TNF Productio ...

50. Graph C

51. Mutation of both ...

52. Graph D

53. 3d : A CpG-ODN, ...

54. 3d: A CpG-ODN, R ...

55. Impairment of cy ...

56. Impaired defense ...

57. Independent of i ...

58. Class I and Clas ...

59. Impaired priming ...

60. 3d prevents cros ...

61. 3d prevents surf ...

62. The final 3d cri ...

63. Topology of UNC- ...

64. The wild-type Un ...

65. Exogenous antige ...

66. In C. elegans, U ...

67. Although agents ...

68. A second hypothe ...

69. GFP-tagged 3d do ...

70. In MEFs from 3d ...

71. A third hypothes ...

72. The 3d mutation ...

73. The DUF895 domai ...

74. So far, we can s ...

75. Graph E

76. Innate Immunity: ...

77. Innate Immunity: ...

78. Innate Immunity: ...

79. How far can we t ...

80. All phenotypes a ...

81. Graph F

82. Team Picture

83. Also thanks to…

 

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