Singapore Immunology Network (SIgN)
Deciphering the immune response in mosquitoes to the O’nyong nyong virus may lead to new broad-spectrum antiviral targets.
When a bacterial cell wall molecule enters into circulation, its host experiences more severe autoimmune reactions.
A subset of skin-resident immune cells secrete the protein VEGFα to help mount a robust response to bacterial invasion.
Nerve bundles and blood vessels each have their own specific subtypes of macrophages.
Malaria infections may be masking the extent of the emerging chikungunya epidemic
By turning a pathogenic yeast into an immunity-conferring symbiont, a team of A*STAR researchers is unraveling mysteries behind gut evolution and universal vaccines
A powerful machine-learning technique enables biologists to analyze enormous data sets
Thermal stress elicits genomic changes that can make cancer cells resistant to chemotherapy
A*STAR researchers have revealed the mechanism behind the way receptor TLR-9 protects against lupus
A sub-group of white blood cells help maintain arterial structure and may aid development of treatments for vascular diseases
The Influenza A virus deliberately enhances levels of the human p53 protein to reduce anti-viral gene and protein expression