Figure 2

Figure 2.  Genetics of innate immunity.

Inbred strains of mice, both wild type for TLR4 and with mutations in TLR4, show a wide range of responses to inhaled LPS challenge, suggesting that genes other than TLR4 are important in the murine response to LPS. Adapted from Lorenz.  Am J Physiol 2001; 281:L1106.

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