Protocol Preview: Creating an Artificial Human Thymus in Mice
The majority of treatments for immunodeficiencies are temporary fixes, in part due to a lack of preclinical models that can accurately predict immune responses in humans. However, a novel model recently published in Nature Methods has potential to greatly improve future immune response studies, which we review in this blog post.
Industry Insights with Amy Sheng on Nanobodies: An Important Tool for the Next Generation of Tumor Diagnostics and TherapeuticsDarius Soo Lum
Amy Sheng shares how nanobodies are emerging as important tools for tumor diagnosis and treatment.
#ExpertAnswers: Jerry Turner on Inflammation and Immunophysiologyhayleighisc
This episode of Expert Answers features Dr. Jerrold Turner discussing the barrier function of the intestine.
Conversations Between Mucosal Immunity and the Gut Barrier
Dr. Jerrold Turner discusses the barrier function of the intestine, how the permeability of tight junctions in the gut epithelium is modulated, and the impact of this modulation on homeostasis and health.