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A macrophage is a type of white blood cell that surrounds and kills microorganisms, removes dead cells, and stimulates the action of other immune system cells.
New molecular mechanism that regulates the sentinel cells of the immune system

New molecular mechanism that regulates the sentinel cells of the immune system

New type of immunotherapy shows promise for future treatment of ovarian cancer

New type of immunotherapy shows promise for future treatment of ovarian cancer

Study explores genetic mechanisms underlying resistance to leishmaniasis

Study explores genetic mechanisms underlying resistance to leishmaniasis

CAR macrophages can be used to effectively fight solid tumors

CAR macrophages can be used to effectively fight solid tumors

UAB research reveals hydrogen sulfide as new culprit for deadly tuberculosis

UAB research reveals hydrogen sulfide as new culprit for deadly tuberculosis

Brain imaging may help predict when liquid biopsy will benefit individual glioblastoma patients

Brain imaging may help predict when liquid biopsy will benefit individual glioblastoma patients

Study sheds new light on the immune system’s ability to deal with co-infection

Study sheds new light on the immune system’s ability to deal with co-infection

Lipid signaling from beta cells linked to inflammatory macrophage polarization

Lipid signaling from beta cells linked to inflammatory macrophage polarization

Macrophages migrate from the blood to attack brain tissue shortly after stroke

Macrophages migrate from the blood to attack brain tissue shortly after stroke

Targeting the microenvironment of cancer cells to inhibit tumor growth

Targeting the microenvironment of cancer cells to inhibit tumor growth

Advanced X-ray combination technique aids tuberculosis and osteoporosis research

Advanced X-ray combination technique aids tuberculosis and osteoporosis research

Flickering light triggers the brain to release signaling chemicals that may help fight Alzheimer's

Flickering light triggers the brain to release signaling chemicals that may help fight Alzheimer's

IU researchers receive $3 million NIH grants to study cell functions in the bone marrow

IU researchers receive $3 million NIH grants to study cell functions in the bone marrow

Turning stink into therapy for atherosclerosis

Turning stink into therapy for atherosclerosis

Study advances the understanding of capillary regression

Study advances the understanding of capillary regression

T. gondii parasite employs a sophisticated manipulation to suppress host's immune response

T. gondii parasite employs a sophisticated manipulation to suppress host's immune response

Iron overload, variant gene and malaria resistance linked in African study

Iron overload, variant gene and malaria resistance linked in African study

Study reveals new mechanism involved in the pathogenesis of IBD

Study reveals new mechanism involved in the pathogenesis of IBD

Study provides insights into how viral infection can continue to affect immunity

Study provides insights into how viral infection can continue to affect immunity

Mice study offers new insight on irritable bowel syndrome

Mice study offers new insight on irritable bowel syndrome