New insights into the age-associated changes affecting macrophages offer promising avenues for the treatment of chronic wounds.
Researchers discover that the deletion of a gene linked to glucose metabolism leads to smaller pancreatic tumours and better patient survival.
Nerve bundles and blood vessels each have their own specific subtypes of macrophages.
A sub-group of white blood cells help maintain arterial structure and may aid development of treatments for vascular diseases
subset of immune cells in the liver shields it from bacteria in the gut
A new method for making specialized immune cells
from stem cells offers a tool for modeling inflammatory diseases in the lab
A framework for characterizing dendritic
cells should bring greater consistency and reliability to immunological