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A central element of the immune system has remained constant through more than 400 million years of evolution, according to new research at National Jewish Health.
Bleeding calf syndrome (bovine neonatal pancytopenia or BNP) affects new born calves resulting in low blood cell counts and depletion of the bone marrow.
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The findings point to a new drug target for type 1 diabetes and other autoimmune diseases.
Scientists have identified a mechanism that switches on an extremely important process for the proper functioning and survival of our body's cells.
Viruses have numerous tricks for dodging the immune system. In the September 7, 2009 issue of the Journal of Cell Biology, Stagg et al. reveal a key detail in one of these stratagems, identifying a protein that enables cytoÂ¬megalovirus to shut down an antiviral defense (online August 31).
When female tiger salamanders choose a mate, it turns out that size does matter - tail size that is - and that's not the only factor they weigh. Findings of a Purdue University study show that animals make more complex decisions about choosing mates than once thought.
A study from a team of researchers led by Dr. Andrew P. Makrigiannis, Director of the Molecular Immunology Research Unit at the IRCM, has identified a new mechanism regulating interferon production.
Researchers unravel complexity of the major histocompatibility complex in tailed amphibians
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