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Study: severe asthma fails to respond to mainstay treatment
The immune response that occurs in patients with severe asthma is markedly different than what occurs in milder forms of the lung condition, according to researchers from the University of...
Too exhausted to fight -- and to do harm
Why 'exhausted' immune cells are bad news for infection, but good news for autoimmune diseasesAn 'exhausted' army of immune cells may not be able to fight off infection, but if its soldiers fight...
Scientists discover gender difference in pain transmission
A mouse study has found that different immune cells in males and females are responsible for the transmission of pain, raising questions about human pain drug development.
MERS vaccine 'ready for human trials'
Researchers say that a candidate vaccine for the coronavirus that causes Middle East respiratory syndrome has passed preclinical tests and is ready to be trialled in humans.
New antibody treatment may protect against Marburg and Ebola viruses
Scripps researchers have designed proteins that elicit an effective antibody response in a mouse model against Marburg virus and its viral cousin, Ebola virus.
Scientists identify 'decoy' molecule that could help sharply reduce risk of flu death
Molecule protects body from dangerous overreaction to viral attackThe flu virus can be lethal. But what is often just as dangerous is the body's own reaction to the invader.
High-res image of Ebola virus reveals how it evades the immune system
Scripps researchers have created a high-resolution image of the Ebola virus, which has revealed how a viral protein helps the virus escape attack from the immune system.
Arthritis drug could be used to treat vitiligo
Researchers have discovered that tofacitinib, a drug normally used to treat rheumatoid arthritis, could restore pigmentation in people with vitiligo.
Research matters
A new PLOS Pathogens forum explains how basic research is necessary, exciting, and makes a difference"We seek this new Research Matters format for individual scientists to tell the public how...
Wistar scientists pinpoint mutations responsible for ineffective 2014-2015 flu vaccine
A phenomenon known as 'antigenic drift' has caused mutations to accumulate and prevent antibodies from attaching themselves to the virusViruses like influenza have the ability to mutate over...
Fasting: what are the health benefits and risks?
Fasting diets have become one of the most popular health trends in recent years. But can abstaining from food really be good for us? We investigate.
New and innovative approach for successful vaccination against Chlamydia infections
Chlamydiae are the most common, sexually transmitted, bacterial pathogens in the world.
Study: Whooping cough resurgence due to vaccinated people not knowing they're infectious?
Whooping cough has made an astonishing comeback, with 2012 seeing nearly 50,000 infections in the U.S.
When inflammation occurs, kidneys work to protect themselves, researchers find
In an apparent effort to help themselves, inflamed kidney cells produce one of the same inflammation-suppressing enzymes fetuses use to survive, researchers report.
Study shows importance of cause of kidney failure when planning future treatment
As a new physician in Galway, Ireland, and then as a nephrology fellow at the Stanford University School of Medicine, Michelle O'Shaughnessy, MD, began to wonder whether similar treatment plans for...
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