A new synthetic molecule is found to block the recruitment of T cells that initiate allergen-induced asthma attacks.
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Carl Ware is acknowledged in “Pillars of Immunology” for his 1994 discovery of the Lyphotoxin beta receptor
Tariq Rana, Ph.D., and his reasearch team discover a new molecule called “THRIL” that regulates TNF-alpha
Sanford-Burnham scientists have identified the B- and T-lymphocyte attenuator (BTLA) inhibitory receptor as a key factor in limiting infl...
On July 16, the FDA approved the first-ever drug to prevent infection with HIV. We asked our experts what they think about it.
Sanford-Burnham was recently honored with a visit by Irene Andrulis, co-head of the Fred. A. Litwin Centre for Cancer Genetics at the Lun...