His main research concerns Innate immune system, Cell biology, Immune system, Receptor and Genetics. The Innate immune system study combines topics in areas such as Signal transduction and Drosophila Protein. His Cell biology research focuses on Antimicrobial peptides and how it relates to Peptide sequence, Hemolymph and Drosophila melanogaster.
His Drosophila melanogaster study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as RNA, Dicer, Transcription factor and Viral replication. His research in Immune system intersects with topics in Multicellular organism, Viral genetics and Cytokine. Within one scientific family, Jean-Luc Imler focuses on topics pertaining to Toll under Receptor, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Evolutionary biology and Phylogenetics.
Cell biology, Innate immune system, Virology, Drosophila melanogaster and RNA interference are his primary areas of study. The various areas that Jean-Luc Imler examines in his Cell biology study include Transcription factor, Gene, Drosophila Protein, Immune system and Receptor. His Innate immune system research includes elements of Phenotype, Immunity, Signal transduction, Kinase and Effector.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Sindbis virus, RNA virus and Drosophila C virus in addition to Virology. To a larger extent, Jean-Luc Imler studies Genetics with the aim of understanding Drosophila melanogaster. Jean-Luc Imler focuses mostly in the field of RNA interference, narrowing it down to topics relating to Human virome and, in certain cases, Pathogen.
Jean-Luc Imler focuses on RNA, Cell biology, Transcription factor, Innate immune system and Drosophila melanogaster. Jean-Luc Imler studied RNA and Gene silencing that intersect with Defence mechanisms, stat, Ectopic expression and Small RNA. His Innate immune system study necessitates a more in-depth grasp of Genetics.
His Drosophila melanogaster research incorporates elements of Eukaryotic translation and Cricket paralysis virus. His Signal transduction research incorporates themes from Immune system, Immunity, Microbiology, Antimicrobial peptides and Hemolymph. His research investigates the connection with RNA silencing and areas like Non-coding RNA which intersect with concerns in Virology.
His main research concerns Cell biology, Drosophila melanogaster, Innate immune system, RNA interference and NF-κB. He has included themes like Small interfering RNA, Open reading frame, Ectopic expression and Pseudoknot in his Cell biology study. His Drosophila melanogaster study is concerned with the larger field of Genetics.
His Transposable element, Piwi-interacting RNA, Genome, Antisense RNA and Locus investigations are all subjects of Genetics research. The concepts of his Innate immune system study are interwoven with issues in Transcription factor, Picornavirus and Kinase. Research on Gene and RNA is a part of his RNA interference study.
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Insights into social insects from the genome of the honeybee Apis mellifera
George M. Weinstock;Gene E. Robinson;Richard A. Gibbs;Kim C. Worley.
The Drosophila systemic immune response: sensing and signalling during bacterial and fungal infections
Dominique Ferrandon;Jean-Luc Imler;Charles Hetru;Jules A. Hoffmann.
Nature Reviews Immunology (2007)
The Jak-STAT signaling pathway is required but not sufficient for the antiviral response of drosophila.
Catherine Dostert;Emmanuelle Jouanguy;Emmanuelle Jouanguy;Phil Irving;Laurent Troxler.
Nature Immunology (2005)
Tissue-Specific Inducible Expression of Antimicrobial Peptide Genes in Drosophila Surface Epithelia
Phoebe Tzou;Serge Ohresser;Dominique Ferrandon;Maria Capovilla.
Essential function in vivo for Dicer-2 in host defense against RNA viruses in drosophila
Delphine Galiana-Arnoux;Catherine Dostert;Anette Schneemann;Jules A Hoffmann.
Nature Immunology (2006)
Toll receptors in innate immunity
Jean-Luc Imler;Jules A. Hoffmann.
Trends in Cell Biology (2001)
Toll-related receptors and the control of antimicrobial peptide expression in Drosophila.
Servane Tauszig;Emmanuelle Jouanguy;Jules A. Hoffmann;Jean-Luc Imler.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2000)
Binding of the Drosophila cytokine Spätzle to Toll is direct and establishes signaling
Alexander N.R. Weber;Servane Tauszig-Delamasure;Jules A. Hoffmann;Eric Lelièvre.
Nature Immunology (2003)
Antimicrobial peptides in Drosophila: structures, activities and gene regulation.
Jean-Luc Imler;Philippe Bulet.
Chemical immunology and allergy (2005)
The 5' flanking region of the pS2 gene contains a complex enhancer region responsive to oestrogens, epidermal growth factor, a tumour promoter (TPA), the c-Ha-ras oncoprotein and the c-jun protein.
A. M. Nunez;M. Berry;J. L. Imler;P. Chambon.
The EMBO Journal (1989)
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