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Measuring immune response could be key to differentiating malaria from other infections European Society of Clinical ...


EurekAlert (press release) - Apr 24, 2017
Vienna, Austria: Analysing a patient's immune response could be key to quickly and accurately diagnosing malaria, according to research presented on World Malaria Day at the 27th European Congress of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases ...
 

Researchers identify tactic Dengue virus uses to delay triggering ...


Science Daily - Apr 18, 2017
Researchers describe novel mechanism cells use to recognize earliest stages of infection and how virus evades triggering an immune response.
 

Passive smoking: Acrolein inhibits immune response, hence accelerating tumor growth


Science Daily - Mar 27, 2017
Immune response suppressed Acrolein is toxic and damages genetic material. However, it also inhibits our natural immune response via the regulatory T cells, thus accelerating tumor growth. Up until now we did not know that acrolein can suppress the ...
 

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Immunogenicity


by: Christian J Villanueva
Immunogenicity is the ability of a particular substance, such as an antigen or epitope, to provoke an immune response. This book presents current research in the study of immunogenicity, including such topics as the molecular aspects involved in the immunogenicity against viral epitopes; fish immunogenicity and antigenicity to improve fish DNA vaccines; influenza infection and immunological memory responses; and the immunogenicity of B and T epitopes, among others.
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Immunogenicity of Biopharmaceuticals


Immunogenicity of Biopharmaceuticals is the first book to comprehensively address the potential of an immune response to biopharmaceuticals. It is intended to give a broad overview of the current state-of-the-art regarding this subject. The chapters range from an overview of the immune system and factors that may trigger the immune system, via detection of antibodies and clinical implications, to various case examples and the regulatory view on immunogenicity.


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Introductory Immunology: Basic Concepts for Interdisciplinary Applications


by: Jeffrey K. Actor

Introductory Immunology quickly acquaints readers with natural immune responses manifesting in diseases and disorders. The book presents a complete picture of natural defenses to infectious agents, as well as the mechanisms that lead to autoimmune dysfunction. In addition, it examines immunologically based diseases, giving the reader sufficient knowledge to make sound clinical decisions leading to better treatment outcomes.

Introductory Immunology is aimed at researchers, postgraduates, or any scientifically inclined reader interested in immunology.
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Defects in T Cell Trafficking and Resistance to Cancer Immunotherapy


This volume focuses on recent advances in understanding T cells as key players in antitumor immune responses, and as a result T cell-based immunotherapy is starting to transform the treatment of advanced cancers. However, despite recent successes, many patients with cancer fail to respond to these treatments. Defective migration of T cells into and within tumors is considered as an important resistance mechanism to cancer immunotherapy.The volume includes three sections. The first section covers general knowledge about T cell trafficking during a normal immune response but also during tumor development.
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Types of immune responses: Innate and adaptive, humoral vs. cell-mediated | NCLEX-RN | Khan Academy


Innate vs. adaptive immunity. Humoral adaptive immunity vs. cell-mediated adaptive immunity. Created by Sal Khan. Watch the next lesson: ...
 

THE IMMUNE RESPONSE


The immune system has evolved to protect the host from a universe of pathogenic microbes that are themselves constantly evolving. The immune system also ...
 

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