Antibodies and Immunology

Antibodies are produced by our immune systems to protect our bodies from unwanted substances, such as infections. When a harmful substance enters the body, antibodies bind themselves to the foreign substance in order to destroy it. In this hub, you will find a wide range of articles, research papers, and the latest news on antibodies and immunology.

Overview

In this section, you will find an overview of some interesting literature regarding antibodies and immunology. These findings are all written by scientists and reviewed by our team of scientific editors.

Feature Articles

Our featured section contains a more comprehensive collection of articles and news pieces based on antibodies and immunology research. These pieces will cover a wide variety of subtopics, including introductory texts, types of antibodies, immunology news, COVID-19, and data collection. There are so many interesting texts to choose whether you’re keen to broaden your knowledge or are looking for something specific.

Latest Antibodies and Immunology News and Research

If you’re looking for the latest updates in the fields of antibodies and immunology, then you have come to the right place. Updated every few days, we curate a range of news stories on recent studies, discoveries, what research is being conducted, and more. There are currently over 44 pages of news articles, so we’re confident you have plenty of material to read through!
Newborn T Cells Excel in Immune Response Compared to Adults

Newborn T Cells Excel in Immune Response Compared to Adults

Novel Gene Signature Identified for Predicting Immunotherapy Response in NSCLC

Novel Gene Signature Identified for Predicting Immunotherapy Response in NSCLC

Significant Increase in Antibiotic Resistance Genes Found in Humans and Livestock

Significant Increase in Antibiotic Resistance Genes Found in Humans and Livestock

Novel Antibiotic Discovery: Harnessing Energy Compounds to Combat Bacterial Infections

Novel Antibiotic Discovery: Harnessing Energy Compounds to Combat Bacterial Infections

Mutation in E. coli's Cellulose Machinery Unveiled as Cause of Severe Infections

Mutation in E. coli's Cellulose Machinery Unveiled as Cause of Severe Infections

Overlooked Sequence in Immunology Protein Holds Promise for New Autoimmune Therapies

Overlooked Sequence in Immunology Protein Holds Promise for New Autoimmune Therapies

Researchers Unveil New Mechanism of Immune Cell Training in Thymus Gland

Researchers Unveil New Mechanism of Immune Cell Training in Thymus Gland

Study Reveals Gut Microbiome's Influence on Premature Aging in Chronic HIV Patients

Study Reveals Gut Microbiome's Influence on Premature Aging in Chronic HIV Patients

ENPICOM Partners With Erasmus University Medical Center in Groundbreaking Effort to Discover Nanobodies Against Cancer

ENPICOM Partners With Erasmus University Medical Center in Groundbreaking Effort to Discover Nanobodies Against Cancer

MIP Discovery Closes £7M Series a Financing to Drive Commercialization in Cell and Gene Therapy Space

MIP Discovery Closes £7M Series a Financing to Drive Commercialization in Cell and Gene Therapy Space

Mayo Clinic Researchers Analyze Zombie Cells to Explain Aging

Mayo Clinic Researchers Analyze Zombie Cells to Explain Aging

Discovery of a Subset of Human Short Introns That Are Spliced Out by a Novel Mechanism

Discovery of a Subset of Human Short Introns That Are Spliced Out by a Novel Mechanism

The Potential of Monoclonal Antibodies for Neonatal Herpes

The Potential of Monoclonal Antibodies for Neonatal Herpes

Relation Between Faulty DNA Disposal System and Inflammation

Relation Between Faulty DNA Disposal System and Inflammation

Dr. Bartek Rajwa of Purdue University Named Editor-in-Chief of “Cytometry Part A” Journal by the International Society for Advancement of Cytometry

Dr. Bartek Rajwa of Purdue University Named Editor-in-Chief of “Cytometry Part A” Journal by the International Society for Advancement of Cytometry

GWAS Identifies Key Genetic Factors for Lassa Fever Susceptibility and Severity

GWAS Identifies Key Genetic Factors for Lassa Fever Susceptibility and Severity

Immune System Surprise: "Junk Cells" Show Ability to Fight Malaria

Immune System Surprise: "Junk Cells" Show Ability to Fight Malaria

Newly Found Memory B Cell Remembers Allergies

Newly Found Memory B Cell Remembers Allergies

Understanding T Cell Responses to Tuberculosis Infection

Understanding T Cell Responses to Tuberculosis Infection

Pore Power: High-Speed Droplet Production In Microfluidic Devices

Pore Power: High-Speed Droplet Production In Microfluidic Devices

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