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Category Archives: Immunology
Didn’t sleep well last night? Your immune system may be in overdrive today, starting or continuing a cascade of stressors that could spell ill for your body and brain. “If you didn’t sleep, if you had a tired night, your … Continue reading
MIT highlights the work of Dana grantee J. Christopher Love, whose team developed technology that may help design and monitor HIV vaccines.
A 2007 profile of the now-deceased Dr. Ralph Steinman, recent Nobel Prize winner, describes his extraordinary research into dendritic cells.
An editorial this week in The Washington Post, “HIV/AIDS: The Incurable Epidemic,” cites disappointing results from two recent studies. A separate press release from Duke University cites a “major roadblock” in another HIV study. Simply put, the road to curing … Continue reading
Could the flu cause Parkinson’s or Alzheimer’s disease? The answer may be yes, according to a new study by researchers at the University of Tennessee, Memphis, and St. Jude’s Research Hospital. In particular, the scientists found that the H5N1 flu … Continue reading