Table of contents for Innate immunity / edited by R. Alan B. Ezekowitz, Jules A. Hoffman.


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SECTION I: PLANT IMMUNITY
   Section Editor: Frederick M. Ausubel
   Introduction
   Frederick  M . A usubel ...................................................................1
 1  Pathogen Recognition and Signal Transduction in Plant Immunity
    Jonathan Cohn and Gregory B. Martin .......................................................... 3
 2  Plant Disease Resistance Genes
    Jeffrey G. Ellis and David A. Jones ...................................................... 27
 3  Nonhost Resistance in Plants to Microbial Pathogens
    Michele C. Heath ..............................................................  47
SECTION II: INVERTEBRATE HOST DEFENSE IMMUNITY
   Section Editor: Jean-Marc Reichhart
   Introduction
   Jean-M  arc  Reichhart .................................................................59
 4  Regulatory Co-options in the Evolution of Deuterostome Immune Systems
    Ellen V. Rothenberg and Eric H. Davidson .................................................. 61
 5  Antimicrobial Peptides in Insect Immunity
    Philippe Bulet, Maurice Charlet, and Charles Hetru ................................. 89
 6  Innate Immunity in the Horseshoe Crab
    Shun-ichiro Kawabata, Tsukasa Osaki, and Sadaaki Iwanaga ............... 109
 7  Pattern Recognition Receptors in Drosophila
    Mika Rimet, Alan Pearson, Kati Baksa, and Asha Harikrishnan ........... 127
 8  Humoral and Cellular Responses in Drosophila Innate Immunity
    Julien Royet, Marie Meister, and Dominique Ferrandon ....................... 137
 9  Thioester-Containing Proteins of Protostomes
    Elena A. Levashina, Stephanie Blandin, Luis F. Moita,
     Marie Lagueux, and Fotis C. Kafatos .....................................................155



SECTION III: MAMMALIAN HOST DEFENSES: PATTERN RECOGNITION RECEPTORS
   Section Editor: Siamon Gordon
   Introduction
   Siamon Gordon ...................................................................... 175
10  Toll-Like Receptors
    Tsuneyasu Kaisho and Shizuo Akira ..........................................................177
11  The Macrophage Mannose Receptor and Innate Immunity
    Thiruvamoor P. Ramkumar, Djilali Hammache, and Philip D. Stahl ........................ 191
12  Diverse Roles of Lung Collectins in Pulmonary Innate Immunity
    Erika C. Crouch and Jeffrey A. Whitsett ...................................................205
13  Structures of Complement Control Proteins
    Thilo Stehle and Mykol Larvie.......................................................... 231
14  Lipopolysaccharide-Binding Protein and CD14
    Peter  S. Tobias   ..................................................................255
SECTION IV: MAMMALIAN HOST DEFENSES:
      LINKS BETWEEN INNATE AND ADAPTIVE IMMUNITY
   Section Editor: Steven L. Kunkel
   Introduction
   Steven L. Kunkel ..................................................................267
15  The Role of Chemokines in Linking Innate and Adaptive Immunity
    Cory M. Hogaboam and Steven L. Kunkel .................................................269
16  Antimicrobial Peptides
    Tomas Ganz and Robert I. Lehrer .................................................... 287
17  The Role of Complement in Innate and Adaptive Immunity
    Mihaela Gadjeva, Admar Verschoor, and Michael C. Carroll ............... 305
18  The Role of Natural Killer Cells in Innate Immunity to Infection
    Wayne M. Yokoyama  ............................................................... 321
19  Innate Immune Signaling During Phagocytosis
    David M. Underhill ............................................................... 341
20  The Role of Mast Cells in Innate Immunity
    Joshua A. Boyce and K. Frank Austen ......................................................... 361
21  CD1-Restricted T-Cells
    D. Branch Moody  .................................................................. 387
   Index........................................  .....................403