Endogenous mechanisms inhibiting lipopolysaccharide signaling

  • Albistur Eugenia
Keywords: Lipopolysaccharide, intracellular parasites, infection, Microorganism


Interactions between the animal and microbial worlds are intimate, complex, and vital to the good health of both.
More than this, they have been of fundamental evolutionary importance. Over the course of close to 1 billion years,
the mutual accommodation of the microorganism and the multicellular host has enabled each to survive and adapt to
a changing environment.