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Toll-like receptors: the role of innate immunity in the pathogenesis of preterm birth and in mechanisms of central nervous system damage in preterm infants 

SOVREMENNAYA PEDIATRIYA.2015.4(68):119-123; doi 10.15574/SP.2015.68.119 
 

Toll-like receptors: the role of innate immunity in the pathogenesis of preterm birth and in mechanisms of central nervous system damage in preterm infants 
 

Yablon O. S., Vlasenko D. Y.

Vinnytsia national medical university named after M.I. Pyrohov, Ukraine 
 

The article is devoted to the modern views of the structure, mechanisms of functioning and biological significance of Toll-like receptors. Especial attention is paid to the role of the innate immune receptors in the pathophysiology of preterm birth and pathogenetic mechanisms of tissue damage of the central nervous system in preterm infants. 
 

Key words: Toll-like receptors, innate immunity, inflammation, pretrm birth, premature infants, CNS damage. 
 

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