Recognition via TLRs on dentricic cells causes signal cascades within the gut to induce cytokines, chemokines and antimicrobial factors (Fig 2). Commensal causes the nuclear factor B(NF-B) to inhibits NF-B kinase and MAPK via TLR4 attaching to lipossacharides on gram negative bacteria . Signals allow for rapid post translational protein modifications. This prohibits tissue damaging immune responses to commensal bacteria and allows their survival and the death of pathogenic bacteria. A loss in TLR signalling can cause inflammation when the epithelium is infected by pathogenic bacteria.
When excessive pro-inflammatory mediators such as cytokines are released they cause inflammation in a systemic manner that can cause sepsis or systemic inflammatory response syndrome (being the non-specific response to non-infectious cause) (Sagy, Al-Qaqaa, & Kim, 2013). Pro-inflammatory mediators also activate the complement system, which results in increased inflammation and upregulation of specific receptors that lead to cellular injury and apoptosis seen in severe sepsis and organ dysfunction (Ward, 2008). Organ dysfunction can occur in one or more organs such as the lungs, liver, kidneys and or heart and often results from a lack of... ... middle of paper ... .... (2012). Severe sepsis in pre-hospital emergency care: analysis of incidence, care, and outcome. American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, 186(12), 1264-1271. doi:10.1164/rccm.201204-0713OC Trautmann, M., Scheibe, C., Wellinghausen, N., Holst, O., & Lepper, P. M. (2010).
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Opioid peptides release from granulocytes is stimulated by chemokines, such as; CXCL1 and CXCL2.8 Recent research has also confirmed expression of endorphins in T-cells, macrophages and fibroblast. Additionally, Endothelin-B receptor activation during inflammation leads to release of β-endorphin from keratinocytes. Released opioids bind to opioid receptors on peripheral nerve terminals, which counteract inflammatory pain. Additionally, expression of opioid receptors on peripheral nerves increase in response to inflammation and this further exaggerates analgesic effect of endogenous immune derived opioid peptides. Certain specialized mediators of inflammation (lipoxins, resolvins and neuroprotectins) aid in resolution of acute inflammatory state (fig.7).
After vasolidation, the inflammatory cells penetrate the injured tissue because of increased permeability. Mast cells are responsible for releasing mediators like cytokine and chemokine that gets rid of dead cells and toxins. This is followed by the release of other important mediators by the endothelial cells. In order to make the inflammatory response effective, leukocytes, other mediators such as Leukotriene and Kinins. Ones chemokine brings leukocytes to the inflammation site, plasma proteins capable of destroying pathogenic agents are initiated, the injury begins to heal, and then acute inflammation ceases.
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Modifying histones is key to understanding the regulation of chromatin and its changes, and how it influences gene expression. Histone modification caused by an active NFκB signaling since it acts like a regulator for this modification can alter the tumor growth and furthermore give a resistance to chemotherapy. During the cisplatin-based treatment, an active NFκB signaling averts histone acetylation, which removes the positive charge from the histones making the condensed chromatin into a more relaxed structure (Ropero & Esteller, 2007). Therefore, there is histone deacetylation, which makes the chromatin in a more condensed and less relaxed structure, which will not allow transcription to take place or other processes that are needed for enzymes to carry them out. Overall, understanding the structure of histones and how an active NFκB signaling will permit or prevent histone acetylation and deacetylation can affect tumor growth and can or cannot promote head and neck cell squamous carcinoma chemoresistance.