New study reveals how HIV binds to our T cells

A new study reveals for the first time the steps through which human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) binds to the receptors on the membranes of T cells—white blood cells that fight infection. The finding could have implications ...

Oncology & Cancer

The benefits of anti-CD69 antibodies for future cancer therapies

CD8+ T cells, a vital component of the immune system that provides immunity against cancer, have been the focal point of anti-cancer therapies. Recent studies have identified two major subpopulations of these cells present ...

Diseases, Conditions, Syndromes

SARS-CoV-2 mimics could accelerate vaccine research, make it safer

Though well-known as a respiratory illness, COVID-19 can also affect the nervous system, bringing on headaches and fatigue and wiping out the sense of smell. But it's unclear whether these symptoms are caused by an immune ...

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