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CD8+ T cells show gene-dependent variation in cross-reactivity to human coronaviruses

CD8+ T cells show gene-dependent variation in cross-reactivity to human coronaviruses

Vitamin C and TET proteins can work together to give regulatory T cells their life-saving power

Vitamin C and TET proteins can work together to give regulatory T cells their life-saving power

Targeting Piezo1 protein may be a new and ideal strategy to cure multiple sclerosis

Targeting Piezo1 protein may be a new and ideal strategy to cure multiple sclerosis

Functional autoantibody in COVID-19 contributes to the 'firestorm' of blood clots and inflammation

Functional autoantibody in COVID-19 contributes to the 'firestorm' of blood clots and inflammation

UCSF researchers discover how the immune system may play a role in miscarriage

UCSF researchers discover how the immune system may play a role in miscarriage

Researchers identify novel disorder resulting from a mutation in AIOLOS protein

Researchers identify novel disorder resulting from a mutation in AIOLOS protein

USF receives $69.9 Million NIH funding to continue study on type 1 diabetes

USF receives $69.9 Million NIH funding to continue study on type 1 diabetes

SARS-CoV-2 mRNA vaccine efficacy reduced in patients with CD20-B-cell depleting treatment history

SARS-CoV-2 mRNA vaccine efficacy reduced in patients with CD20-B-cell depleting treatment history

Exposure to beneficial microorganisms is not affected by targeted hygiene or cleaning

Exposure to beneficial microorganisms is not affected by targeted hygiene or cleaning

EULAR Patient Research Partners join in new research project to advance treatment of psoriatic arthritis

EULAR Patient Research Partners join in new research project to advance treatment of psoriatic arthritis

Connective tissue protein promotes immune responses that fight bacterial infections

Connective tissue protein promotes immune responses that fight bacterial infections

UCLA scientists discover how immune cells can be trained to fight potential threats

UCLA scientists discover how immune cells can be trained to fight potential threats

Cancer immunotherapy may self-limit its efficacy in fighting tumors, study finds

Cancer immunotherapy may self-limit its efficacy in fighting tumors, study finds

A World First: sequencing polyclonal antibodies using only proteomics

A World First: sequencing polyclonal antibodies using only proteomics

Passive smoking and air pollution associated with arthritis risk, poor response to RA treatment

Passive smoking and air pollution associated with arthritis risk, poor response to RA treatment

Researchers assess the incidence of dementia or heart failure in people with rheumatoid arthritis

Researchers assess the incidence of dementia or heart failure in people with rheumatoid arthritis

Study shows how epigenetic factors modulate the risk of type 1 diabetes

Study shows how epigenetic factors modulate the risk of type 1 diabetes

Study shows link between breast milk, gut bacteria, and development of the immune system

Study shows link between breast milk, gut bacteria, and development of the immune system

UCSF launches new initiative to propel the development of living therapeutics

UCSF launches new initiative to propel the development of living therapeutics

Immunomodulatory therapies for nephrological autoimmune diseases may help treat severe COVID-19

Immunomodulatory therapies for nephrological autoimmune diseases may help treat severe COVID-19