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The Challenges Associated with Immunology and Immuno-oncology Assays
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Professor Steve Anderton, Concept Life Sciences explains the challenges associated with immunology and immuno-oncology assays.

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Developing an HIV Vaccine
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Professor Robin Weiss and Dr Laura McCoy explain some of the processes and challenges involved in developing an HIV vaccine.

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Bacteriophage – A Virus that Infects Microbes
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To reproduce, bacteriophage infect bacterial cells and hijack their cellular machinery before killing their host as shown in this animation.

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How Can We Make Brain Tumor Immunotherapy Effective?
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A bone marrow-derived progenitor cell population has been identified, which can alter the tumor microenvironment and enhance anti-tumor responses.

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Caught in the Act: Key Moments in Cell Death Captured
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Dr. Peter Czabotar of the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute, Australia, discusses his discovery of how a key molecule, Bax, changes its shape to drive cell death.

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Why Is Cell-by-Cell Analysis Important?
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Considerable heterogeneity exists in even the simplest of cell systems. Watch this video to learn why cell-by-cell analysis is important.

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Incredible DNA Animations
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Check out the action going on inside a cell's nucleus.

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Complement System Made Easy- Immunology- Classical Alternate & Lectin pathway
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The complement system is a part of the immune system that enhances (complements) the ability of antibodies and phagocytic cells to clear microbes and damaged cells from an organism, promotes inflammation, and attacks the pathogen's plasma membrane.

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Cancer Cell Biology: Mutated KRAS & Reciprocal Signaling
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Across a wide variety of cancer types, a protein called KRAS can get hyperactivated and transmit an overload of unwanted growth signals to the cells, causing them to divide and form a tumor.

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A Stem Cell Model for Infertility Research
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Researchers have generated a cyst using human embryonic stem cells which mimics the amniotic sac, and allows researchers to study the process of gastrulation.

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