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Emerging Therapies for Skin Cancer Treatment

... body circumnavigates the normal growth checks and evades the immune system,” explained Dr. Tsao. “As technologies have advanced, it has become easier to identify cancer mutations, allowing us to better understand these growth signals and utilize this information to develop therapies that specifically targe...

Elusive Step In DNA Mutation Uncovered By Researchers

...ings about a change in the DNA molecule – one that evades the body's proof reading mechanism and leaves the altered DNA coding for the wrong proteins. When the wrong proteins are produced, it can lead through a complicated chain of events to an abnormally high rate of cell division – the result is cancer. ...

Herpes Infects Cornea, Evades Immune Cells

...nfecting cornea cells that may also explain how it evades the immune system, according to a study by researchers// at the University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine. The study appears in the Sept. 25 issue of the Journal of Cell Biology. Both strains of the herpes virus -- HSV-1, the strain t...

Study Unveils West Nile Virus Immune Evasion, Points to Vaccine Development

West Nile virus evades the body’s immune defenses by blocking immune signaling by a protein receptor, a finding that could pave the way for a vaccine// to protect against North American strains of the virus, UT Southwestern Medical Center researchers report. Researchers d...

Clues Found On How Deadly Bacterium Gains Foothold

.... The team focused on how Francisella tularensis evades being killed by a form of white blood cells called neutrophils. Normally, neutrophils can be quickly activated in response to infection, making them the equivalent of "first responders" for the human immune system, Allen said. "We knew that Franci...

Discovery Leads to Way to Curb Anthrax Effect

...’s referred to as the “stealth” siderophore. “It evades detection, just like a stealth bomber. It gives anthrax a way to capture iron from the host,” Arceneaux said. At this time, the only pathogenic bacteria known to produce the unusual siderophore petrobactin are anthrax and one of its close relatives...

A New Study Throws Limelight in HIV Vaccine Production

...llaborative study has discovered how the HIV virus evades the human bodys immune system. Specifically, HLA class 1 is a controlling part of the human immune response. The ability of HIV to escape recognition by HLA class 1 leaves the body incapable of finding and fighting the virus. The study, published in...

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