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Toll - Like Receptors (TLR)
 
Project of The Medical school Split
 

    Participating Schools:  1. Medical school Split
2. III. secondary school Split (Science and mathematics program secondary school)
 
Date:  January 27, 2014
 
Project Leaders:  1. Silvana Karabatić Knezović (silvana.karabatic.knezovic@st.t-com.hr)
2.
Ines Alujević  (ines.alujevic@skole.hr)
 
Koordinators:  1. Gorana Rosandić  (gorana.rosandic@skole.hr)
2.  ()
 
Leader
 
Medical school Split
 
STUDENTS: 
 
1. Marina Tičinović
2. Ana Smilović
3. Jelena Knezović
4. Ivana Boko
5.
 
Target Group: 
 
Students from Medical School Split
Students from III. secondary school, Split (Science and mathematics program
secondary school)
 
Project Objectives: 

Toll-like receptors (TLRs) are essential in microbial products recognition and are known as a link in the innate and adaptive immune system activation. These receptors are expressed on many human cells, and are associated with some diseases.
The aim of the project is to introduce the importance of different Toll-like receptors in the human body.
 

Tasks: 
 

The human TLR family consists of ten receptors. The tasks are to describe the
location of these structural receptors, how they are activated and what can they
initiate in the human body.
 

Collaborators: 
 

Pedagogue, Croatian language teacher.
 

Place of implementation: 
 
Medical school Split
III. secondary school, Split (Science and mathematics program secondary school)
 
Duration (phases):
 

From March to Octobar 2014
 

Expected Results: 
 
To conclude that TLRs play a key role in the realization of innate and adaptive
immune response in the human body.
 
Risk Factors:   

  
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