Tag: basic research
Memory CD8+ T cell subsets were shown to be associated with the preservation of insulin production among Alefacept-treated type 1 diabetics.
Researchers have found that the protein CRELD1 contributes to regulating immune homeostasis in aging mice and humans.
The scientists' discovery has implications for immune activity and could help to explain associations between exercise and general well-being.
Tumor-derived exosomes loaded with the photosensitizing pigment chlorin e6 permitted targeted chemotherapy and stimulated the immune system.
Jackson Laboratory researchers have found that lipid accumulation by neutrophils supports metastatic breast cancer development in the lungs.
The microRNA expression profile in T-cells was found to distinguish IBD patients and predict the need for treatment escalation.
Researchers discovered that a neutrophil subset promotes axon regeneration within the CNS and could be used to treat neurological damage.
Australian researchers found that T cells engineered to express Flt3L overcame an important obstacle to the treatment of solid tumors.
Swiss scientists have found that the function of follicular dendritic cells within germinal centers is influenced by their spatial position.
Portuguese researchers discovered that type 1 regulatory T cells increase the availability of TGF-beta to promote CD8+ TRM T cell generation.