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March 2013
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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.
'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.
Finding Should Enhance Treatments that Stop Immune System Attacks
Research published in the journal Immunity describes how regulatory T cells can cure inflammatory disease.
Researchers Solve Multiple Sclerosis Puzzle
Yale study shows the role that T cells play in MS.
Genetic Signature Enables Early, Accurate Sepsis Diagnosis
Systemic inflammation after injuries or surgery can dramatically alter the activity of thousands of genes, but a new study shows that changes in just 11 of them are enough to detect the presence or absence of accompanying infection.
19 Mar 2013 - 21 Mar 2013
Online
TM’s 2nd World Immunology Online Conference
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2nd Inflammatory & Immunological Biomarkers
20 Mar 2013 - 22 Mar 2013
Hilton San Francisco Financial District
2nd Inflammatory & Immunological Biomarkers
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Mycobacterium tuberculosis......can we beat it?
21 Mar 2013 - 21 Mar 2013
London, UK
Mycobacterium tuberculosis......can we beat it?
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