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1.  Latest advances in innate antiviral defence 
F1000 biology reports  2009;1(22):nihpa103883.
Recent identification of key components in the pattern recognition receptor pathway of retinoic acid-inducible gene-1-like receptors, coupled with characterisation of a new cytoplasmic DNA-sensing molecule, have led to a greater understanding of the role viral nucleic acids play in activating innate immunity. This activation of type I interferon is essential for both limiting viral infection and stimulating activation of the adaptive immune response.
doi:10.3410/B1-22
PMCID: PMC2773505  PMID: 20160888
2.  Latest advances in innate antiviral defence 
Recent identification of key components in the pattern recognition receptor pathway of retinoic acid-inducible gene-1-like receptors, coupled with the characterisation of a new cytoplasmic DNA-sensing molecule, has led to a greater understanding of the role that viral nucleic acids play in activating innate immunity. This activation of type-I interferon is essential for both limiting viral infection and stimulating activation of the adaptive immune response.
doi:10.3410/B1-22
PMCID: PMC2773505  PMID: 20160888

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