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Investigating the effects of inflamm-aging on the safety and efficacy of monoclonal antibody based therapies

Our understanding of the immune response in the elderly is still in its infancy. Now, more than ever we need to understand the basic principles of immune response as the environment alters our immune system and the particles it sees. Read more

Tumour metabolic and immune landscape in spatial resolution: using engineered bacterial cancer therapy to enhance anti-tumour T cell responses

Bacterial cancer therapy (BCT) is a promising and versatile therapeutic for solid tumours. Salmonella enterica Typhimurium (STm) is the most well-studied among bacterial vectors due to advantages in ease of genetic modification, metabolic adaptation, and motility. Read more

How does the lung protect itself against influenza?

Respiratory diseases, including influenza and COVID-19 coronavirus, kill large numbers of humans, and animal viruses that can jump to humans (zoonoses) are a serious threat to human health. Read more

Development and evaluation of lateral-flow test for rapid detection of Mycoplasma gallisepticum and Mycoplasma synoviae in poultry clinical samples

Background. Protecting the health of poultry is fundamental in ensuring their welfare, health and production. Often, early diagnosis provides opportunities for early intention to safeguard the health of poultry flocks and avoid production losses. Read more

Unlocking the microbiome as a target for drug discovery

Gut microbiome has emerged as an important factor affecting human health and disease. While “healthy” microbiome remains to be defined, microbiome disruption is associated with numerous diseases, offering new therapeutic opportunities if causalities are demonstrated. Read more

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