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  • Sobenin, Igor A.; Salonen, Jukka T.; Zhelankin, Andrey V.; Melnichenko, Alexandra A.; Kaikkonen, Jari; Bobryshev, Yuri V.; Orekhov, Alexander N. (2014)
  • Boren, Jan; Chapman, M. John; Krauss, Ronald M.; Packard, Chris J.; Bentzon, Jacob F.; Binder, Christoph J.; Daemen, Mat J.; Demer, Linda L.; Hegele, Robert A.; Nicholls, Stephen J.; Nordestgaard, Brge G.; Watts, Gerald F.; Bruckert, Eric; Fazio, Sergio; Ference, Brian A.; Graham, Ian; Horton, Jay D.; Landmesser, Ulf; Laufs, Ulrich; Masana, Luis; Pasterkamp, Gerard; Raal, Frederick J.; Ray, Kausik K.; Schunkert, Heribert; Taskinen, Marja-Riitta; van de Sluis, Bart; Wiklund, Olov; Tokgozoglu, Lale; Catapano, Alberico L.; Ginsberg, Henry N. (2020)
  • Nyman, Tuula A.; Matikainen, Sampsa (2018)
    Viral infections are a major burden to human and animal health. Immune response against viruses consists of innate and adaptive immunity which are both critical for the eradication of the viral infection. The innate immune system is the first line of defense against viral infections. Proper innate immune response is required for the activation of adaptive, humoral and cell-mediated immunity. Macrophages are innate immune cells which have a central role in detecting viral infections including influenza A and human immunodeficiency viruses. Macrophages and other host cells respond to viral infection by modulating their protein expression levels, proteins' posttranslational modifications, as well as proteins' intracellular localization and secretion. Therefore the detailed characterization how viruses dynamically manipulate host proteome is needed for understanding the molecular mechanisms of viral infection. It is critical to identify cellular host factors which are exploited by different viruses, and which are less prone for mutations and could serve as potential targets for novel antiviral compounds. Here, we review how proteomics studies have enhanced our understanding of macrophage response to viral infection with special focus on Influenza A and Human immunodeficiency viruses, and virus infections of swine. (C) 2017 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.