Researchers at A*STAR have uncovered a new role for a subset of immune cells in HIV infection and transmission.
By mapping the development trajectory of immune precursor cells, A*STAR scientists showed that plasmacytoid dendritic cells were incorrectly classified in the immune ‘family tree.’
A*STAR scientists have found a way to strengthen the immune response to adenovirus infection using engineered antibodies.
A subset of skin-resident immune cells secrete the protein VEGFα to help mount a robust response to bacterial invasion.
Clarifying the role of a protein released by immune ‘dendritic’ cells could yield better treatments
More mysteries of the developing immune system have been revealed in a study of fetal
immune response to aluminum salts can explain how these chemicals boost vaccine’s
Infiltrating self-defense cells provoke kidney failure in a chronic autoimmune disease
Precursors to dendritic cells decide what they want to be when they grow
up much earlier than previously thought
A newly discovered subset of white blood cells in mice and humans could improve treatments for infections and autoimmune diseases
Identification of the subtype of immune cells that is crucial to the onset of cerebral malaria provides a therapeutic starting point