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Weizmann Institute scientists reveal how viruses outwit cellular immune systems
An anti-inflammatory agent keeps microglia responses short and to the point
A newly-discovered immune system in bacteria is the distance ancestor of one in our own cells
Helping the immune system clear away old cells in aging mice helped restore youthful characteristics
The proteins help embryonic neurons reach their destination
Weizmann Institute researchers suggest that the brain's “immunological age” is what counts...
Substances secreted by unique cells in the gut lining keep bacteria in their place
How does the immune system in the gut distinguish between helpful microbes and those that wish us harm?
Shifts in our immune system as we age might explain how older brains get “rusty”
The beneficial bacteria in our guts are open to attack from viruses