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Fish fend off invading germs with an initial response similar to the one found in people

15 June, 2022 – 4:32 pm |

Since the response to human infection is very complex, research to understand how people fight infection is facilitated by the study of how similar processes occur in simpler organisms. Zebrafish are becoming an important model for human disease, because they are easy to manage, maintain and manipulate, and that the fundamental processes between zebrafish and […]

Distinct set of white blood cells found to set the pace of wound repair

11 May, 2022 – 4:32 pm |

After more than 50 experiments on mice, scientists at Johns Hopkins doctors have traced the basic measures taken by a particular set of white blood cells in determining the pace of recovery from severe lung injury. White blood cells called regulatory T cells or regulatory T cells for short, and his best-known function is to […]

Immune response to spinal cord injury may worsen damage

10 May, 2022 – 4:32 pm |

After a spinal cord injury, certain immune cells accumulate in the cerebrospinal fluid and release of high levels of antibodies. What, in any case, these antibodies is unknown. A new study by neuroscientists at the Ohio State University Medical Center may have solved the mystery. It was found that antibodies may actually get worse and […]