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
An inflammatory signal contains its own shut-down mechanism
Weizmann Institute scientists reveal a new mechanism for keeping inflammation in check