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Immune System Animations

Inflammation animations, immunodeficiencies animations

3d medical illustrations of inflammation and medical illustrations immunodeficiencies. Animation Studio located on the east coast will create top notch hi-res illustrations for the medical marketing community. Custom 3d medical simulations for medical device companies and trade show marketing. Power point medical animation can be produced.

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Pathogens detected by cell's recycling team
Just as households have garbage disposals and recycling bins for getting rid of everyday waste, the cell has its own system for cleaning up unnecessary or defunct components.
Hope for a cocaine vaccine to help addicts kick the habit
In their decades-long search for vaccines against drugs of abuse, scientists have hit upon a new approach to annul cocaine's addictive buzz.
Immune system response may play a key role in viral therapy's effectiveness against tumors
Viral therapy for childhood cancer could possibly improve if treatments such as chemotherapy do not first suppress patients' immune systems, according to findings published in the journal Molecular...
Potential endometriosis treatment in new drug compounds
Two new drug compounds that target estrogen signaling and inflammation and were tested successfully in mice and human cells show promise as a treatment for endometriosis.
What are the health benefits of copper?
Find out about the potential health benefits of consuming foods containing copper, including preventing neutropenia and osteoporosis, and maintaining collagen and elastin.
Flu vaccination likely to be more effective in future
An analysis of 10 years' worth of data on human influenza B viruses has shed new light on the pathogen which can cause the seasonal flu.
Live coverage of the immune system at work
To better understand what happens during immune reactions in the body, researchers at Tübingen University have developed a new way of labeling T-cells, allowing them to track the T-cell movement...
Why patients with mucolipidosis II suffer from recurrent infections
A group of white blood cells known as B cells, which play a key role in the human immune response, need a protein-targeting signal called mannose 6-phosphate (M6P) in order to proliferate...
Some combinations bed nets and vaccines may worsen malaria
Combining insecticide-treated bed nets with vaccines and other control measures may provide the best chance at eliminating malaria, which killed nearly 600,000 people worldwide in 2013, most of them...
A common gut bacterium may protect women against MS, study finds
Helicobacter pylori is a gut bacterium responsible for more than 80% of stomach ulcers. But a new study finds that for women, it may have a protective effect against MS.
MSF calls on GSK and Pfizer to slash pneumo vaccine price to $5 per child for poor countries ahead of donor meeting
Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF) has called on pharmaceutical companies GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) and Pfizer to slash the price of the pneumococcal vaccine to US$5 per child in...
Geographic clusters of underimmunization in Northern California identified
Researchers used spatial analysis software and electronic medical records to identify clusters of underimmunization and vaccine refusal among Kaiser Permanente members in Northern California...
PTEN tumor suppressor protein essential for proper regulatory T cell function; patients with autoimmune diseases may benefit from finding
St. Jude Children's Research Hospital scientists have discovered that a protein widely known for suppressing tumor formation also helps prevent autoimmune diseases and other problems by putting the...
Immunosuppressive properties found in stem cells derived from amniotic tissues
Stem cells derived from human amnion have for some time been considered promising for cell therapies because of their ease of access, ability to differentiate, and absence of ethical issues.
Gut microbes trigger autoimmune disease later in life in mice
Researchers have revealed that the colonization of the gut of young mice by certain types of bacteria can lead to immune responses later in life that are linked to disease.
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