Immunomodulating Agents

Immunomodulating agents are substances that stimulate or suppresse the immune system and may help the body combat againsts cancer, infection, or other diseases. Discover the latest research on immunomodulating agents here.

September 25, 2020

Immunological pathways of macrophage response to Brucella ovis infection

Innate Immunity
Zhixiong ZhouHanwei Jiao
September 25, 2020

Autoantibodies and the autoreactive immune response : There is more to ACPA than ACPA

Zeitschrift für Rheumatologie
H U Scherer
September 25, 2020

Uncovering the Immunological Properties of Isolated Lymphoid Follicles

Janice A Layhadi, Mohamed H Shamji
September 24, 2020
Open Access

Influenza-Host Interplay and Strategies for Universal Vaccine Development

Hye Suk HwangYoong Ahm Kim
September 25, 2020

Protective effects of β-glucan as adjuvant combined inactivated Vibrio harveyi vaccine in pearl gentian grouper

Fish & Shellfish Immunology
Guangben WeiJichang Jian
September 25, 2020

The Role of Thyroid Hormone in the Innate and Adaptive Immune Response during Infection

Comprehensive Physiology
Julia RubinghAnita Boelen
September 25, 2020
Open Access

Can Adenosine Fight COVID-19 Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome?

Journal of Clinical Medicine
Carmela FalconeAntonino De Lorenzo
September 25, 2020

Cross-Protection against MERS-CoV by Prime-Boost Vaccination Using Viral Spike DNA and Protein

Journal of Virology
Jung-Ah ChoiJae-Ouk Kim
September 25, 2020

Early life disruption of the microbiota affects organ development and cytokine gene expression in threespine stickleback

Integrative and Comparative Biology
Lucas J KirschmanKathryn C Milligan-Myhre

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