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Crowther and colleagues screened clones of T cells isolated from a healthy donor and identified a clone (MC.7.G5) that recognized and ..read more

Researchers discovered that injecting inactive flu virus directly into solid tumors triggered a systemic anti-tumor immune response. Thus, ..read more

A recent article identified a role for alkylglycerol (AKG)-type ether lipids in human breast milk in the regulation of the development of ..read more

The protein responsible for detecting sour in taste buds has been difficult to identify. This is partly because sour chemicals are detected ..read more

As a pharmacologist, I am skeptical of the benefits touted for many supplements. Most have limited or no clinical trial data showing that ..read more

Many people start taking a long-term prescription medicine sometime during adulthood. A particularly common one is medication for treating ..read more

Eosinophilic esophagitis (referred to as EoE) involves an atypical allergic response to food in the esophagus. In some patients, the ..read more
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Tissue-damaging eosinophilic diseases are on the rise ..read more

The benefit of breast milk in providing passive immune protection to infants is well known. What may be less known is that the composition ..read more

The microbes that live in the vagina constitute to the vaginal microbiome (or microbiota). New research from the lab of Jacques Ravel at ..read more

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