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What have we learnt about the evolution of the cytokine network from studies in fish?

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Host: Jim Kaufman, jfk31@cam.ac.uk

This talk will initially outline the reasons to study fish immunology from fundamental and applied viewpoints. It will then outline on-going work in Aberdeen on elucidating the cytokine network in fish, with a focus on two cytokine families, IL-1F and interferons, with a comparison to the known genes in mammals. The talk will finish with a look at the possible future use of cytokines as markers of resistance in fish disease models.

This talk is part of the Immunology in Pathology series.

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