Latest Innate immune system Stories
The innate immune system detects invasive pathogens and activates defense mechanisms to eliminate them.
A Kansas State University-led study has uncovered new information that helps scientists better understand the complex workings of cells in the innate immune system.
Researchers at McGill University and the Research Center for Molecular Medicine (CeMM) of the Austrian Academy of Sciences have discovered the molecular blueprint behind the IFIT protein.
When infected with influenza, the body becomes an easy target for bacteria.
Researchers at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health have determined a new mechanism by which the mosquitoes’ immune system can respond with specificity to infections with various pathogens, including the parasite that causes malaria in humans, using one single gene.
Researchers at Weill Cornell Medical College have unlocked the structure of a key protein that, when sensing certain viruses and bacteria, triggers the body's immediate immune response.
Good microbes that promote normal health can 'turn bad' if found outside the intestine
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