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Robin H. Gunster 22h
Many mechanisms: Targets and mechanisms by which EPA/DHA exert immunomodulatory effects - 's are a traffic light for : lipid metabolites and membrane-related events at the crossroads of inflammation. 2020
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J Immunol Jul 12
New in : from | Intestinal mucus limits the clonal deletion of developing specific for oral antigen.
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Luosheng Peng 19h
Here's my summary of 's P1 results: 1 all got neutralizing , better than previously reported; 2 no mention on & alone are no guarantee for P3 success; 3 no severe issues but still not as good as reported by
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BSI Congress & Events Jul 13
Interested in immunity at the brain border? Join the next this Thursday (16 July) to explore the enigmatic interactions between & the brain 🗣️ Prof Jonathan Kipnis Brought to you by BSI Register 👉
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Naresha Saligrama Jul 10
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Science Immunology Jul 11
ICYMI: In a comprehensive analysis of from patients with and/or dust mite , scientists identified possible T helper cell targets to treat asthma in allergic individuals or curtail allergy in asthmatic individuals.
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Science Immunology Jul 10
A new study showing exhausted are controlled differently in mice vs. humans “raises the question of...how they can be harnessed for the treatment of chronic infections or ," say Daniel Utzschneider, Axel Kallies from :
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La Jolla Institute 20h
The May article on T cell responses to has received one of the top scores ever for the journal. View the research from and :
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Mahima Swamy Jul 8
Please RT: position available in my lab: looking at how gut (intraepithelial ) protect the gut from infection etc, but also drive intestinal . Learn more:
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Ardigen Jul 9
We are proud to announce that Ardigen enters into research collaboration with COVID-19 Vaccine Corporation Ltd. to apply Artificial Intelligence for identification of T-cell targets. ,
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Carlos Minutti 9h
Do you want to hear exciting ? Tomorrow at 4pm my friend and will be hosting Prof Jonathan Kipnis who will be talking about in the
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Varro Analytics Jul 13
On non peer-reviewed study: “protective immunity [for most coronaviruses] doesn’t last long. It looks like [ virus] might be falling into that pattern as well” - of King’s College London may still provide hope...
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VUMC Molecular Pathogenesis Jul 13
"The Tumor Microenvironment as a Metabolic Barrier to Effector T Cells and Immunotherapy" 👨‍🔬👩‍🔬: Aaron Lim ( ) 📘:
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Computer-Aided Biology Community Jul 12
📢Have you listened to Episode 4 of ?🎙We speak to , a modern-day immunologist and researcher based at , specialising in immune regulation and . We talk , and , academia, and much more👉
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Benaroya Research Jul 10
Congrats to BRI's on being awarded the NOSTER Science prize by . His winning essay, focused on and tissue repair, is based on his work at the . It's featured in the latest issue of Science, out today!
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BSI Congress & Events 10h
How does immunity at the brain border affect brain health & function? 🤔 Find out tomorrow 16 July at 16:00 BST! Dr Jonathan Kipnis will discuss the enigmatic interactions between & the brain from 👉
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New Medicine Jul 7
Preliminary research suggests a significant role of T-cell in patients
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Science Immunology Jul 8
A new study of from patients infected with shows that a transcription factor known to drive T cell exhaustion in lab mice might not play the same role in humans. From and colleagues at , :
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StefiGiu 5h
Me: "Ok brain, now focus." Brain: "...she sells T cells at the t shop" (infinite loop)
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New Medicine Jul 7
Professor Sir John Bell, Regius Professor of Medicine, University of Oxford: T-cells in young people “provide some protection against this pathogen”
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