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5-Immunology: NK cells and their Receptors

5-Immunology: NK cells and their Receptors | Immunology, vaccine & infectious diseases | Scoop.it
General strategy to optimize NK cell immunotherapy. (General strategy to optimize NK cell immunotherapy. http://t.co/TToEAukfLD)
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Macrophage arginase-1 controls bacterial growth and pathology in hypoxic tuberculosis granulomas

Top story: Inmuva Macrophage arginase-1 controls bacterial growth and pathology… http://t.co/iHmMBFLtfg, see more http://t.co/nIvDs3rCWc
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Immunology Toll Like Receptors Overview

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ImmuneQuest

ImmuneQuest | Immunology, vaccine & infectious diseases | Scoop.it
ImmuneQuest, a college level virtual immune system game to inspire students in entry level biology courses and upper courses to experience cell biology in action.
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Frontiers | Tolerance in Organ Transplantation: From Conventional Immunosuppression to Extracellular Vesicles | Immunotherapies and Vaccines

“Organ transplantation is often the unique solution for organ failure. However, rejection is still an unsolved problem. Although acute rejection is well controlled, the chronic use of immunosuppress...”
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Immunology Virtual Lab | HHMI's BioInteractive

Immunology Virtual Lab | HHMI's BioInteractive | Immunology, vaccine & infectious diseases | Scoop.it
“This virtual lab teaches the procedures of performing an ELISA test to determine whether a particular antibody is present in a patient's blood sample.”
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Intestinal bacteria needed for strong flu vaccine responses in mice

Intestinal bacteria needed for strong flu vaccine responses in mice | Immunology, vaccine & infectious diseases | Scoop.it
Mice treated with antibiotics to remove most of their intestinal bacteria or raised under sterile conditions have impaired antibody responses to seasonal influenza vaccination.
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Batu Biologics Names Business Development and R&D Expert as Chief Scientific Officer

Batu Biologics Names Business Development and R&D Expert as Chief Scientific Officer | Immunology, vaccine & infectious diseases | Scoop.it
“From BioPortfolio: International Biotech Market Expert Will Help Boost Companyâ��s Business Strategy Batu Biologics, an immunotherapy company working to develop ValloVax∾i...”
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Chimeric Antigen Receptor (CAR) T-Cell Immunotherapy for Leukemia and Beyond

Chimeric Antigen Receptor (CAR) T-Cell Immunotherapy for Leukemia and Beyond | Immunology, vaccine & infectious diseases | Scoop.it
“Chimeric antigen receptor (CAR) T-cell therapy is an immunotherapy in which the patient’s own T cells are isolated in the laboratory, redirected with a synthetic receptor to recognize a particular antigen or protein, and reinfused into the patient.”
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How memory cells protect the skin against viruses

How memory cells protect the skin against viruses | Immunology, vaccine & infectious diseases | Scoop.it
“How memory cells protect the skin against viruses @hetAVL #immunology http://t.co/p0hN6IJGQE”;
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Frontiers | Priming of cytotoxic T cell responses to liver stage malaria parasite antigens | Microbial Immunology

“While the role of malaria parasite-specific memory cytotoxic CD8+ T cells (CTLs) in the control of exoerythrocytic stages of malaria infection is well documented and generally accepted, a debate is...”
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Dendritic cells, monocytes and macrophages: a unified nomenclature based on ontogeny

Nature Reviews Immunology 14, 571 (2014).
doi:10.1038/nri3712
Authors: Martin Guilliams, Florent Ginhoux, Claudia Jakubzick, Shalin H. Naik, Nobuyuki Onai, Barbara U.
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Ahoj,

New video on toll like receptors (tlr). TLR are important in recognising...

Ahoj,

New video on toll like receptors (tlr). TLR are important in recognising foreign bodies, and are important in inducing and creating an immune response towards a foreign body.
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Latest results from European BLUEPRINT initiative shed light on epigenetic effects

Latest results from European BLUEPRINT initiative shed light on epigenetic effects | Immunology, vaccine & infectious diseases | Scoop.it
Researchers working on the European BLUEPRINT initiative (EBI) have published three papers in the journal Science, each outlining their part of the overall mission and explaining what they have found thus far.
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ImmuneQuest Gameplay: Opsonization - YouTube

Gameplay from Part 1, Level 2 of ImmuneQuest. This level introduces the Complement System, represented in-game by the yellow character. The microbes in the v...
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Remembering Ray D. Owen (1915-2014) | Caltech

Remembering Ray D. Owen (1915-2014) | Caltech | Immunology, vaccine & infectious diseases | Scoop.it
“Immunology pioneer Ray D. Owen, professor of biology, emeritus, at Caltech, passed away on Sunday, September 21 at the Californian-Pasadena Convalescent Hospital in Pasadena, California. He was 98. (RT @Caltech: Immunology pioneer Ray D.”
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Distinct Contributions of Aire and Antigen-Presenting-Cell Subsets to the Generation of Self-Tolerance in the Thymus: Immunity

Distinct Contributions of Aire and Antigen-Presenting-Cell Subsets to the Generation of Self-Tolerance in the Thymus: Immunity | Immunology, vaccine & infectious diseases | Scoop.it
RT @ImmunityCP: Hsieh & co find distinct roles for thymic antigen-presenting cell subsets in central tolerance. http://t.co/BFY3TwwLNO

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Frontiers | The Role of the Lys628 (192) Residue of the Complement Protease, C1s, in Interacting with Peptide and Protein Substrates | Molecular Innate Immunity

“The C1s protease of the classical complement pathway propagates the initial activation of this pathway of the system by cleaving and thereby activating the C4 and C2 complement components. This fac...”
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Frontiers | Regulation of Fc Receptor Endocytic Trafficking by Ubiquitination | Molecular Innate Immunity

“Most immune cells, particularly phagocytes, express various receptors for the Fc-portion of the different immunoglobulin isotypes (Fc receptors, FcRs). By binding to the antibody, they provide a li...”
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Innate lymphoid cells regulate intestinal epithelial cell glycosylation - Science Careers Blog

Innate lymphoid cells regulate intestinal epithelial cell glycosylation Science Careers Blog 1Division of Mucosal Immunology, Department of Microbiology and Immunology, The Institute of Medical Science, The University of Tokyo, Tokyo 108-8639, Japan.
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CTL killing a target cell | HHMI's BioInteractive

“Video microscopy of a cytotoxic T lymphocyte in action. (Immunology rocks! http://t.co/kYrOfRcrNM)”
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Higher diabetes rates could hinder efforts to combat tuberculosis

“TweetThe increasingly common occurrence of diabetes could impact the ability of governments and countries across the world to combat tuberculosis (TB), according to a series of new papers.”
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Frontiers | Priming of cytotoxic T cell responses to liver stage malaria parasite antigens | Microbial Immunology

“While the role of malaria parasite-specific memory cytotoxic CD8+ T cells (CTLs) in the control of exoerythrocytic stages of malaria infection is well documented and generally accepted, a debate is...”
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Frontiers | Priming of cytotoxic T cell responses to liver stage malaria parasite antigens | Microbial Immunology

“While the role of malaria parasite-specific memory cytotoxic CD8+ T cells (CTLs) in the control of exoerythrocytic stages of malaria infection is well documented and generally accepted, a debate is...”
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Consortium biology in immunology: the perspective from the Immunological Genome Project

Nature Reviews Immunology 14, 578 (2014).
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