Immuno Processes

The Guide to IMMUNOPHARMACOLOGY provides lists of targets associated to top-level process categories. These categories are described below, showing Gene Ontology biological process terms that have been assigned to them. Click on the category title to view the detailed list of target associations. The GtoImmuPdb help pages provide more information.

Jump to: Antigen presentation | Barrier integrity | B cell (activation) | Cellular signalling | Chemotaxis & migration | Cytokine production & signalling | Immune regulation | Immune system development | Inflammation | T cell (activation) | Tissue repair |

Antigen presentation

Antigen presentation encompasses biological processes included under, but not limited to, the Gene Ontology terms:


Barrier integrity

Barrier integrity encompasses biological processes included under, but not limited to, the Gene Ontology terms:


B cell (activation)

B cell (activation) encompasses biological processes included under, but not limited to, the Gene Ontology terms:


Cellular signalling

Cellular signalling encompasses biological processes included under, but not limited to, the Gene Ontology terms:


Chemotaxis & migration

Chemotaxis & migration encompasses biological processes included under, but not limited to, the Gene Ontology terms:

Chemotaxis & migration includes biological process relating to chemotaxis, migration, adhesion and extravasation.


Cytokine production & signalling

Cytokine production & signalling encompasses biological processes included under, but not limited to, the Gene Ontology terms:


Immune regulation

Immune regulation encompasses biological processes included under, but not limited to, the Gene Ontology terms:


Immune system development

Immune system development encompasses biological processes included under, but not limited to, the Gene Ontology terms:


Inflammation

Inflammation encompasses biological processes included under, but not limited to, the Gene Ontology terms:

Inflammation also includes biological process relating to inflammation, including pattern recognition, macrophage activation, phagocytosis and granulopoesis.


T cell (activation)

T cell (activation) encompasses biological processes included under, but not limited to, the Gene Ontology terms:


Tissue repair

Tissue repair encompasses biological processes included under, but not limited to, the Gene Ontology terms: