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November 2012
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Baylor, TGen Collaborate on Personalized Cancer Treatment Options
The companies will collaborate on precision medicine for cancer patients by offering liquid biopsies, performing gene sequencing, conducting clinical trials, and creating personalized vaccines.
Freshly Squeezed Vaccines
Microfluidic cell-squeezing device opens new possibilities for cell-based vaccines.
New Target for Treating Rheumatoid Arthritis
Many affected individuals still suffer with progressive joint damage, despite treatment. This study has discovered a new treatment target which could open a door to preventing this ongoing damage.
Shining A New Light On The Immune System
Scientists at the University of St Andrews have developed a revolutionary method of identifying cells of the immune system with “molecular fingerprints” which could pave the way for the rapid detection of conditions such as leukaemia and lymphoma from a small blood sample.
Promising Malaria and Dengue Vaccines Will Not Defeat Diseases
Although vaccination is a key part of the control of disease GlobalData stress the importance of a multi-dimensional approach.
'Redesigned' Antibodies May Neutralize HIV
With the help of a new computer program researchers have made structural alterations to an antibody, increasing its ability to tackle the AIDS virus.
How Early Childhood Vaccination Reduces Leukemia Risk
Chronic infections push ‘pre-leukemia’ cells, common in newborns, into malignancy.
Novel Class Of Antimicrobials Kills Multidrug Resistant-Tuberculosis
Researchers hope that they can end the global TB crisis by utilizing a novel bactericidal mechasnism.
Inflammation Stops The Clock
Researchers at Trinity College Dublin and the University of Pennsylvania have uncovered an important link between our body clock and the immune system that will have relevance to the treatment of inflammatory and infectious diseases.
Designing Better Medical Implants
A team of MIT researchers have discovered a novel method for reducing the typical immune system rejection response when implanting biomedical devices into the body.
Discussion Forum : Cell Suicide is not Painless for the Flow Cytometrist: New Assays to Measure Cell Death Immunology
07 Nov 2012 - 07 Nov 2012
Stevenage, Hertfordshire, UK
Discussion Forum : Cell Suicide is not Painless for the Flow Cytometrist: New Assays to Measure Cell Death Immunology
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Influenza Congress USA
12 Nov 2012 - 13 Nov 2012
Washington DC, USA
Influenza Congress USA
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European Antibody Congress 2012
27 Nov 2012 - 29 Nov 2012
Geneva, Switzerland
European Antibody Congress 2012
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