Immunology - How to Perform Multi-Label Immunostaining
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  September 21, 2018  
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    KeysightHow to Perform Multi-Label Immunostaining
 
Multiple immunostaining refers to a technique which uses several separate antigen detection tests in combination in order to find the pattern of expression and co-localization of two or more antigens within a single sample.
 
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   Soluble versions of immune cell protein could help treat Alzheimer's disease, study revealsSoluble versions of immune cell protein could help treat Alzheimer's disease, study reveals
 
Researchers at the University of Florida have discovered that a modified version of an important immune cell protein could be used to treat Alzheimer's disease.
 
 Modified T lymphocytes prevent nerve cell damage in encephalitis
 
Modified T lymphocytes prevent nerve cell damage in encephalitisScientists have found a way to prevent neuron death in Rasmussen’s encephalitis, by exploiting T lymphocytes in the immune system.
 
 
 UQ researchers discover new immune defense pathway deployed against bacteria
 
UQ researchers discover new immune defense pathway deployed against bacteriaA new understanding of one of the body’s immune defense mechanisms could lead to the development of novel therapeutic targets for conditions such as cancer and autoimmune diseases, a University of Queensland study has revealed.
 
 
 Immune system may join battle against opioid addiction
 
Immune system may join battle against opioid addictionThe same immune system that fights infection and the flu could join the battle against opioid addiction, new research out of the Vanderbilt Center for Addiction Research indicates.
 
 
 Lymph node structural cells exert control over T cell responses
 
Lymph node structural cells exert control over T cell responsesUntil now, the study of the immune system has focused almost exclusively on white blood cells, and T cells in particular, as the body’s major infection fighters.
 
 
 Research uncovers how the immune system detects DNA damage
 
Research uncovers how the immune system detects DNA damageOur immune system is working every day to protect us from bacteria, viruses, and parasites, but it can also detect when our own cells are damaged.
 
 
 Breakthrough shows immune cells may play a role in schizophrenia
 
Breakthrough shows immune cells may play a role in schizophreniaA type of immune cell called the “macrophages” are known to be one of the first soldiers of the body that can fight off infections and plays a role in maintaining immunity and in inflammation. According to latest research in schizophrenia, these macrophages can become altered and may cause changes in the brain leading to changes in the brain similar to schizophrenia.