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Iannis Aifantis Sep 11
This is important...in the era of everybody calling themselves “immunologists”, these two really placed the foundations of the immune system...! Immune-cell pioneers win prestigious Lasker medical award
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Frontiers Immunology Sep 16
New Research: Neonatal Exposure to Amoxicillin Alters Long-Term Immune Response Despite Transient Effects on Gut-Microbiota in Piglets: Antibiotic exposure during neonatal development may result in transient or persistent alterations of key…
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Frontiers Immunology Sep 11
New Research: A Computational Pipeline for the Diagnosis of CVID Patients: Common variable immunodeficiency (CVID) is one of the most frequently diagnosed primary antibody deficiencies (PADs), a group of disorders characterized by a decrease…
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Frontiers Immunology 1h
New Research: Peripheral Innate Lymphoid Cells Are Increased in First Line Metastatic Colorectal Carcinoma Patients: A Negative Correlation With Th1 Immune Responses: Several distinct innate lymphoid cell (ILC) populations have been recently…
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Frontiers Immunology Sep 14
New Research: Flow Cytometric-Based Analysis of Defects in Lymphocyte Differentiation and Function Due to Inborn Errors of Immunity: The advent of flow cytometry has revolutionised the way we approach our research and answer specific…
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Yoni Maisel Sep 16
"Friend vs Foe" - An intriguing new theory suggests may govern whether the immune system mounts an attack _News: _Journal:
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Stephanie Kucykowicz 5h
Brilliant talk by Professor Moffett👌🏻
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Akiko Iwasaki Sep 10
The Lasker Award goes to Max Cooper and Jacques Miller for discovery of T and B cells! This discovery is as fundamental as it gets in , defining the adaptive immune system. Congratulations and truly well deserved!!
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Frontiers Immunology 22h
New Research: T Cells Are Dominant Population in Human Abdominal Aortic Aneurysms and Their Infiltration in the Perivascular Tissue Correlates With Disease Severity: Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm (AAA) is a major cause of cardiovascular…
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Frontiers Immunology Sep 15
New Research: Hepatitis E Virus (HEV)-Specific T Cell Receptor Cross-Recognition: Implications for Immunotherapy: T cell immunotherapy is a concept developed for the treatment of cancer and infectious diseases, based on cytotoxic T…
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Frontiers Immunology Sep 16
New Research: Function of CSF1 and IL34 in Macrophage Homeostasis, Inflammation, and Cancer: Colony stimulating factor 1 (CSF1) and interleukin 34 (IL34) signal via the CSF1 receptor to regulate macrophage differentiation. Studies in IL34- or…
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Frontiers Immunology 5h
New Research: Editorial: The Role of TNF-TNFR2 Signal in Immunosuppressive Cells and Its Therapeutic Implications
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Allen Institute 3h
A brain-gut-immune connection, recently discovered by Allen Distinguished Investigator Henrique Veiga-Fernandes' team, could explain why people with sleep disorders or who work the night shift can have certain health problems.
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Allergy & Immunology 4h
Looking for more & research? EMJ are here for all your peer-reviewed content!
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ImmunologyCongress Sep 16
Immunology Congress 2019!!! Are you amped up for the 12th International Conference on Allergy, Immunology, and Rheumatology in Singapore on November 21-22, 2019??? Watch this video of one of our conferences organized by our organization:
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Frontiers Immunology Sep 16
New Research: Bach2 Deficiency Leads to Spontaneous Expansion of IL-4-Producing T Follicular Helper Cells and Autoimmunity: The transcription factor Bach2 is a susceptible gene for numerous autoimmune diseases including systemic lupus…
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Frontiers Immunology Sep 16
New Research: GM-CSF-Dependent Inflammatory Pathways: Pre-clinical models and clinical trials demonstrate that targeting the action of the cytokine, granulocyte macrophage-colony stimulating factor (GM-CSF), can be efficacious in…
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Boaz Palterer Sep 17
Immunemetabolism unleashed! Succinate dehydrogenase subunit A (SDHA) GoF mutations in persistent polyclonal B lymphocytosis (PPBL), cause (high IgM, low IgG, splenomegaly, inflammation). Gorgeous paper.
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Journal of Clinical Investigation 2h
Innate and adaptive nasal mucosal immune responses following experimental human pneumococcal colonization
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BHIVE on Immunology 3h
Max Cooper receives Lasker Award for immunology
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