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Our complicated relationship with the microorganisms in our gut has some surprising consequences for our health
Making certain bone marrow cells less toxic may lead the way to safer transplants
How does the immune system in the gut distinguish between helpful microbes and those that wish us harm?
“Bad education” may be at least partly responsible for chronic digestive tract disease
A new approach mimicking the body’s natural defenses could help treat a...
A rare subgroup of immune cells act as stem cell “bodyguards”
A new, automated method for mapping protein-DNA interactions may lead to advances in personalized medicine
Some immune receptors are created from random combinations of genes. But not everything is left to chance.
Certain immune cell receptors are more common than mere chance would dictate. New research shows why
Insights into rare immune cells that keep blood stem cells in a youthful state may lead to better treatments