'Interleukin-33' can recognize viruses it has seen once before and signal the immune system to start producing antibodies.
A research team from Berlin's Charité University Hospital and MDC has shown how an antiviral messenger can favor the replication of the SARS-CoV-2 virus and allow the virus to spread.
Researchers from Munich and Ulm have shown how the novel coronavirus suppresses the immune response by disabling protein expression in the ribosomes.
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If the number of so-called lymphocytes in your blood is very low, then this is an indication that you may become gravely ill over time. […]
Over the past twenty years, nanoparticles have played an increasingly important role in medicine. They are used in drugs, e.g. for diseases such as Parkinson’s […]
Researchers at the Universities of Zurich (UZH) and Lausanne (UNIL) have now scientifically proven in a study what many people have been suspecting for a […]