Latest immune cells News

A West Australian cancer researcher is running a half marathon this May to help raise vital funds
AI Predicts Tumor-killing Cells With High Accuracy
Exciting breakthrough offers hope for Long COVID patients
Hormone Helps Slow Development Of Osteoporosis
Common Type Of Fiber May Trigger Bowel Inflammation
Personalised mRNA vaccines: a revolutionary new approach in melanoma treatment
Brain cancer in children is notoriously hard to treat – a new mRNA cancer vaccine triggers an attack from within
Genetics and immune function intersect in inflammatory bowel disease 
Immune cells lost in translation: Breakthrough into body’s response to blood cancer
BMS and Australian venture capital firm back immunotherapy company Pathios Therapeutics
Uncovering Drivers That Cause Type 1 Diabetes
Strep A: cases of rare fatal infection hit record levels in Japan – here’s what risk these bacteria pose to global health
New Hope In Immunotherapy Against Cancer
Breakthroughs In Cancer Care With Professor Robyn Ward
Discovery suggests new strategy against follicular lymphoma
Wound healing is a billion dollar drain on the health system – this discovery hopes to plug it
Statistical machine learning can find unknown factors that cause disease
Gene discovery offers new hope for Aussies living with chronic skin disease
Queensland Research Team Targets Ovarian Cancer Vaccine
Study Shines New Light On Immune Response
Gut microbiome: meet Roseburia intestinalis – the energy-producing bacterium that helps us fight against disease
Proteins in milk and blood could one day let doctors detect breast cancer earlier – and save lives
New study links DEK protein to Alzheimer’s neuronal vulnerability
New study links DEK protein to Alzheimer’s neuronal changes
Tattoo Regret? How To Choose Removal Service
Liver Immune System Eats Up ‘bad Cholesterol’
Immune cells can adapt to invading pathogens, deciding whether to fight now or prepare for the next battle
Tattoo regret? How to choose a removal service
Gut microbiome: meet Bifidobacterium breve, keeping babies healthy
New Funding To Advance Multiple Sclerosis Research
Future Of Cancer Research With Professor Alex Swarbrick
Targeting inflammatory protein could help treat severe asthma
Babies use their immune system differently but efficiently
Gut microbiome: meet Lactobacillus acidophilus – the gut health superhero
Zinc discovery holds promise for people with cystic fibrosis
Hyperbaric oxygen therapy tested for post-covid conditions
Colostrum provides long-lasting immunity boost for babies
Healthy investment in better patient outcomes
Genomic study sheds light on immune microenvironment in transplanted pediatric hearts
T cells team-up to protect the liver from infection
Vaccine shows promise against CMV, a virus that causes birth defects
Novel treatment for brain cancer in children
Immune networks in tumors prime responses to a personalized immunotherapy
Immunologist Lydia Lynch appointed member of Ludwig Princeton
Australia Day honour for researchers
Australia Day honour for researcher
How HIV smuggles its genetic material into cell nucleus
How a timekeeping gene affects tumor growth depends entirely on context