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Researchers Develop a New Means of Killing Harmful Bacteria
Engineered particles are capable of producing toxins that are deadly to targeted bacteria.
Iron: A Biological Element?
Study shows findings which have meaning for fields as diverse as mining and the search for life in space.
Team Led by TSRI Scientists Shows AIDS Vaccine Candidate Successfully ‘Primes’ Immune System
New research shows that an experimental vaccine candidate can stimulate immune activity necessary to prevent HIV infection.
New Tool Identifies Novel Compound Targeting Causes of Type 2 Diabetes
Study identifies small-molecule compound that protects cells against ER stress.
New Immunoregulation and Biomarker
Clinicians at LMU have elucidated a mechanism involved in determining the lifespan of antibody-producing cells, and identified a promising new biomarker for monitoring autoimmune diseases.
Seashells to Deliver New Drugs and Vaccines
Australian scientists have developed a protective seashell-inspired capsule to preserve the active biological ingredients needed to create new drugs.
HIV Paradox
Investigators from Harvard Medical School, Massachusetts General Hospital, and the Ragon Institute of MGH, MIT and Harvard have added another piece to the puzzle of how a small group of individuals known as elite controllers are able to control HIV infection without drug treatment.
Scientists Map Surface of Immune Cells
The immune system must constantly adapt to its environment in order to protect a body effectively. The so-called T cells are an important example in this regard. One of their functions is to form the immune system's "memory".
Researchers Expose how ‘James Bond’ Cells are Made
New research from Australian and Singaporean scientists has revealed how immune cell ‘spies' are created, providing clues on how the immune system could be manipulated to better fight disease.
Common Antibiotic Could Solve Multidrug-Resistant Bacterial Problem
Researchers report that the common antibiotic azithromycin kills many multidrug-resistant bacteria very effectively—when tested under conditions that closely resemble the human body and its natural antimicrobial factors.

Your body is 3D, why is your cell culture not?
Christian Oberdanner, PhD, Application Specialist Sales & Marketing, Tecan Austria GmbH

Circulating Tumor Antigens and their Autoantibody Reactivity as Cancer Markers
Samir Hanash, Program Head, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, speaking at CellTech 2013.

A lesson for cell-signaling studies using advanced detection techniques
Thomas Hengstl MSc, Application Specialist Marketing, Tecan Austria

Helping you to shape in vitro models with cell-based assays
Christian Oberdanner, Ph.D. Marketing Application Specialist Detection for Tecan Austria

Regulation of antibody immunotherapy by fine-tuning FcR interactions
Mark Cragg, Southampton University School of Medicine, speaking at Stem Cells & Bioprocessing 2012.

Immunogenicity Assessment for the Successful Development of Biosimilars
Dr Michael Tovey, Institut Andre Lwoff/INSERM, speaking at Stem Cells & Bioprocessing 2012.

Bicyclic Peptides with Antibody-Like Binding Affinity and Specificity
Dr Vanessa Baeriswyl, EPFL, speaking at Stem Cells & Bioprocessing Europe 2012.

Proteomic Identification of Putative Biomarkers of Radiotherapy Resistance
Lynn Cawkwell, University of Hull, speaking at Systems Biology Europe 2012

Antigen Microarrays for Proteomic Profiling of the Autoimmunity Repertoire
Professor Peter Nilsson, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, speaking at Advances in Microarray Technology 2012.

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