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The Immune System – Multimedia

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Leukocyte (BTS Dynamite Parody)

An immunology-themed parody song of Dynamite by BTS.
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Covax-19/Spikogen: A Novel Insect-Cell Expressed Recombinant Protein Vaccine Provides Broad Based Protection Against Covid-19 Infection

Speaking at the Vaccine Research & Development 2022 online symposium, Nikolai Petrovsky, Professor of Medicine at FLinder's University, delivered his talk on the first Australian-developed vaccine in over 40 years.
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Cancer Immunotherapies Landscape: Challenges and Future

Speaking at The Landscape of Cancer Research 2022 online symposium, Sofia Lourenco of Cancer Research Horizons delivered her talk on the challenges facing the future of cancer immunotherapies.
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Next-Generation STING Agonists for Immunotherapy Against Advanced Cancer

Speaking at The Landscape of Cancer Research 2022 online symposium, James Moon from the University of Michigan delivered his talk on next-generation STING agonists for immunotherapy against advanced cancer.
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Using Immune Cell Metabolism To Build Next-Generation Cell Therapies

Greater appreciation for the complex and dynamic connections between metabolic poise and immune cell function enables researchers to monitor and control how metabolic reprogramming and microenvironmental signals affect the function, fate and fitness of immune cells.
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How Proteins on Influenza Viruses Tilt, "Breathe"

Simulations show that the proteins on the influenza viral surface targeted by vaccines can tilt and wave in “breath-like” motions, which could be exploited to better defend against the flu.
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Single Cell Buyer’s Guide

Cell heterogeneity is a key contributor to biological complexity that is often masked by bulk techniques, like RNA sequencing or microarray analysis.
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A Storm We Can’t Weather… Yet

In a normal immune response, entry of the SARS-CoV-2 virus into lung tissue induces controlled activation of the immune system.
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Podcast

Opinionated Science: The Future of Vaccines

Opinionated Science welcomes Dr. Armand Balboni for a remarkable behind-the-scenes look into the world of vaccines.
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Precise Spatial Multiplexing of Immune Cell Diversity in Clinical Tumor Samples

Highly multiplexed spatial biomarker analysis has demonstrated the potential to advance our current understanding of the immune system and its role in cancer.
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