A study released Dec. 23 describes a never-before-seen mechanism by which a bacterial toxin leads to severe inflammation in asthma and other acute and chronic pulmonary diseases. Researchers from The University of Texas Health ...
Dec 29, 2014
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A small protein active in the human immune response can disable bacterial toxins by exploiting a property that makes the toxins effective - but also turns out to be a weakness.
Jan 07, 2015
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