Development of database for Interleukins: A New approach in Database Management System

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N.Deepak Kumar
Dr.A.Ramamohan Reddy


Advancing our understanding of mechanisms of immune regulation in allergy, asthma, autoimmune diseases, tumor development, organ transplantation, and chronic infection are the some of the diseases where Interleukins play an important role. The immune and inflammatory cells interact through Interleukins and reciprocal regulation with counter balance among TH and regulatory T cells, as well as the subsets of B cells will offer opportunities for immune interventions. A database manages information and allows organizing data, ensuring completeness and integrity, and transforming the data from one form to another. It make search through the data efficiently to find the desired information. In the present work a database for Interleukins (proteins) have been created as the data related to Interleukins is increasing day by day, it has become difficult for researchers to manage their structure, classification and functions. There are 37 Interleukins have been discovered by the researchers and many more may be added in the future. Interleukins study is mostly useful for diagnosing and treating all the diseases of a human body.


Keywords: database, interleukins, protein, immune cells, Data base management systems


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