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Why Does Influenza Vaccine Evaluation Prioritize the HA Trimer?Why Does Influenza Vaccine Evaluation Prioritize the HA Trimer?

The Hemagglutinin of the influenza virus exists in trimeric form and is primarily responsible for the virus's entry into host cells. It is one of the important targets in vaccine development. Explore natural HA trimer & subtype and strain specificity HA antibodies for establishing analytical methods in influenza vaccine development.

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   Archaea: Unseen players in human microbiome and infectious diseasesArchaea: Unseen players in human microbiome and infectious diseases
 
Archaea, key players in the human microbiome, are linked to various diseases but their pathogenic potential remains speculative. This study highlights their role in conditions like periodontitis and gastrointestinal infections.
 
   COVID-19 leads to long-term changes in the immune system, study showsCOVID-19 leads to long-term changes in the immune system, study shows
 
In a study recently published in the renowned journal "Allergy", a MedUni Vienna research team shows that COVID-19 leads to considerable long-term changes in the immune system, even in mild cases.
 
 Unexpected T-cell reactions to adenoviral COVID-19 vaccines discovered
 
Unexpected T-cell reactions to adenoviral COVID-19 vaccines discoveredResearchers from the University of Liverpool's Centre for Drug Safety Science have identified unpredicted T-cell immune responses to the adenoviral (Oxford/AstraZeneca and Janssen) COVID-19 vaccines, but not to the mRNA vaccines.
 
 
 Liver's defense mechanism hinders immunity in chronic hepatitis B, study reveals
 
Liver's defense mechanism hinders immunity in chronic hepatitis B, study revealsIn chronic hepatitis B, the liver contains immune cells that could destroy hepatitis B virus infected cells but are inactive. A team from the Technical University of Munich (TUM) has discovered that cells blood vessels in the liver start a "sleep timer" that switches off immune cells. Targeting this mechanism could be a starting point for immunotherapies.
 
 
 Understanding the impact of tobacco smoking and smoking cessation on life expectancy of HIV patients in South Africa
 
Understanding the impact of tobacco smoking and smoking cessation on life expectancy of HIV patients in South AfricaTobacco Smoking, Smoking Cessation and Life Expectancy Among People with HIV on Antiretroviral Therapy in South Africa: A Simulation Modelling Study.
 
 
 COVID-19 and metallic taste: Study connects immunoglobulin levels to sensory impairment
 
COVID-19 and metallic taste: Study connects immunoglobulin levels to sensory impairmentResearchers investigated whether COVID-19-related sensory deficiencies are associated with transcriptome changes in the foliate papillae area of the tongue.
 
 
 Urgent strategies needed to fight artemisinin resistance in East Africa
 
Urgent strategies needed to fight artemisinin resistance in East AfricaArtemisinin-based combination therapies (ACTs) have become the cornerstone of malaria treatment and control. However, the recent emergence and spread of artemisinin-resistance (ART-R) in malaria-causing Plasmodium falciparum parasites in eastern Africa has compromised the efficacy of these crucial treatments.
 
 
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