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How does the body keep the number of neutrophils produced constant in the blood?

How does the body keep the number of neutrophils produced constant in the blood?

Scientists examine the role of small sputum macrophages in the widespread disease chronic obstructive bronchitis

Scientists examine the role of small sputum macrophages in the widespread disease chronic obstructive bronchitis

Study finds new method can improve chemo survival

Study finds new method can improve chemo survival

Genetic mutations and cellular modifications may provide clues to the associations between slight genetic abnormalities and often fatal diseases

Genetic mutations and cellular modifications may provide clues to the associations between slight genetic abnormalities and often fatal diseases

Positive results from phase 2 trial of Telintra, drug candidate in myelodysplastic syndrome

Positive results from phase 2 trial of Telintra, drug candidate in myelodysplastic syndrome

Nearly two-thirds of smokers are not concerned about developing Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease

Nearly two-thirds of smokers are not concerned about developing Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease

Red wine delivered though an aerosol for COPD, asthma, and possibly even arthritis

Red wine delivered though an aerosol for COPD, asthma, and possibly even arthritis

Biomedical engineers receive $11.5 million to study how white blood cells navigate

Biomedical engineers receive $11.5 million to study how white blood cells navigate

Research has identified Dectin-1 as the beta-glucan receptor on immune cells

Research has identified Dectin-1 as the beta-glucan receptor on immune cells

Reducing eosinophilic airway inflammation in severe asthma

Reducing eosinophilic airway inflammation in severe asthma

Cancer vaccine based on listeria bacteria shows promise

Cancer vaccine based on listeria bacteria shows promise

Streptococcus bacteria uses sword and shield to fight white blood cells

Streptococcus bacteria uses sword and shield to fight white blood cells

New imaging agent will enable doctors to rapidly and accurately detect those hard-to-diagnose appendicitis cases

New imaging agent will enable doctors to rapidly and accurately detect those hard-to-diagnose appendicitis cases

Protein called Rac controls a number of biological processes and is directly implicated in several human diseases

Protein called Rac controls a number of biological processes and is directly implicated in several human diseases