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The country code for Lithuania.

LT

On drawings, abbr. for light.

LT

(Less Than) See relational operator and ampersand codes.
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This increased gene expression matters because it can cause white blood cells called mononuclear cells to produce far greater amounts of inflammatory factors like interleukin 4, LIGHT and lymphotoxin beta receptor which contribute to allergic inflammation and other abnormalities in the bronchial passages in asthma.
Lymphotoxin, tumor necrosis factor, and gamma interferon are cytostatic for normal human keratinocytes.
However, the lymphotoxin [beta] receptor (LTpR) in stromal cells induces processing of p100 via an alternative pathway, which leads to the delayed and sustained liberation of p50-RelB and p52-RelB complex (14).
Purification and characterization of an inhibitor (soluble tumor necrosis factor receptor) for tumor necrosis factor and lymphotoxin obtained from the serum ultrafiltrates of human cancer patients.
An antibody to lymphotoxin and tumor necrosis factor prevents transfer of experimental allergic encephalomyelitis.
Other agents are directed toward new cytokine targets, including IL-6 (tocilizumab), and lymphotoxin pathways (briobacept), as well as other B-cell targets, to include BLyS and APRIL (belimumab, atacicept).
receptor or its ligand, surface lymphotoxin, that act as lymphotoxin-.
Generally, Th1 cells produce IL-2, IFN-[gamma], and lymphotoxin, and are involved mostly in cell-mediated immune reactions, while Th2 cells produce IL-4, IL-5, IL-10, and IL-13, and are commonly associated with strong antibody and allergic immune responses (Cerwenka et al.
Secretion of tumor necrosis factor a and lymphotoxin a in relation to polymorphisms in the TNF genes and HLA-DR alleles.
The sequential role of lymphotoxin and B cells in the development of splenic follicles.