Orphan Receptor GPR55: A New Therapeutic Target for Atherosclerosis?
Since the role of GPR55 in adaptive B cell response regulation has not yet been reported in the context of atherosclerosis, Guillamat-Prats et al. have investigated how GPR55 in B cells affects atherosclerosis development. In this blog post, we highlight the main findings from this study, which was published this month in Nature Cardiovascular Research.
Sugar, Spice, and a Troubling Vice: Cardiovascular and Cancer Risk with Artificial Sweeteners
Artificial sweeteners appear to be the perfect solution to many of the health problems associated with high sugar consumption, but two recent publications may change the public's opinion on these sugar substitutes.
#ExpertAnswers: Xuebin Qin on Inflammation and ImmunophysiologyDarius Soo Lum
Dr. Xuebin Qin talks about his lab’s development and characterization of new models of SARS-CoV-2 and HIV, and how they use these models to study cardiovascular injury associated with infection.
Cardiovascular Disease Associated with SARS-CoV-2 and HIV Infections
Dr. Xuebin Qin discusses the development and characterization of new models of SARS-CoV-2 and HIV, and how his lab uses these models to study cardiovascular injury associated with infection.
Inflammation & Immunophysiology: An Exploration of PathophysiologyAndy Henton
Inflammation & Immunophysiology: A webinar series covering fundamentals, late-breaking research and novel discoveries in the field of immunophysiology and inflammation sciences.