Mouse Study Points Way to Shut Down Harmful Immune Response in Lupus
Molecules that scavenge debris from dying cells appear to halt the cycle of chronic inflammation in lupus, while also enhancing the body’s ability to combat flu, according to Duke Health studies in mice.
Paraplegics Regain Some Feeling, Movement After Using Brain-Machine Interfaces
The research offers promise for people with spinal cord injury, stroke and other conditions to regain strength, mobility and independence.
Duke Team Identifies New ‘Mega-Complex’ Involved in Cell Signaling
Duke Health-led researchers have discovered new information about the signaling mechanism of cells that could one day help guide development of more specific drug therapies.
Tracking How HIV Disrupts Immune System Informs Vaccine Development
One of the main mysteries confounding development of an HIV vaccine is why some people infected with the virus make the desired antibodies after several years, but a vaccine can’t seem to induce the same response.