Taking the First Steps from Promise to Product: Exploration of the Newly Discovered Interleukin 37 Receptor Complex and Its Signaling Pathways [ 2013 - 2015 ]

Also known as: IL-37 - from Promise to Product

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Researchers: A/Pr Marcel Nold (Principal investigator) ,  Associate Professor Marcel Nold (Principal investigator) ,  Associate Professor Marcel Nold (Principal investigator) ,  Dr Carlos Rosado Dr Claudia Nold

Brief description Cytokines are messenger proteins used by most cells of the body. They function as master regulators of many biological processes and as such play an important role in a wide spectrum of diseases. Anti-inflammatory cytokines attenuate the potentially destructive force of other cytokines and the immune system as a whole, and are therefore coveted as drug targets. We discovered the formidable anti-inflammatory properties of IL-37 and will now explore how these activites can be utilised in clinical medicine.

Funding Amount $AUD 694,623.55

Funding Scheme Project Grants

Notes Standard Project Grant

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