<em>C. elegans&nbsp;</em>Healthier Without Longevity Gene
C. elegans Healthier Without Longevity Gene
Worms with the reproduction-related TCER-1 gene deleted could fight off infection for longer and survived better when exposed to heat and radiation.
C. elegans Healthier Without Longevity Gene
C. elegans Healthier Without Longevity Gene

Worms with the reproduction-related TCER-1 gene deleted could fight off infection for longer and survived better when exposed to heat and radiation.

Worms with the reproduction-related TCER-1 gene deleted could fight off infection for longer and survived better when exposed to heat and radiation.

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Strategies for Smuggling Gene Therapies Past the Immune System
Strategies for Smuggling Gene Therapies Past the Immune System
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Researchers are devising ways to prevent viral vectors carrying gene therapies from triggering an immune response.
Climate Change May Hamper Response to Flu: Study
Climate Change May Hamper Response to Flu: Study
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Mice exposed to heat wave temperatures ate less and showed weakened immune responses to the virus.
Breakthrough Prizes Recognize Aneuploidy Researcher, Biochemist
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This year’s winners also include the developers of nusinersen, an oligonucleotide therapeutic for spinal muscular atrophy.
New Ovarian Cancer Vaccine Shows Promise
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A preliminary clinical trial finds that the personalized therapy improves survival rates and has no severe side-effects.
Macrophages Play a Double Role in Cancer
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Amanda B. Keener | Apr 1, 2018
Macrophages play numerous roles within tumors, leaving cancer researchers with a choice: eliminate the cells or recruit them.
Image of the Day: Hunter Platelets 
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The Scientist Staff, The Scientist Staff | Dec 19, 2017
Researchers explore how blood platelets sweep bacteria into aggregate bundles at sites of infection to help phagocytic cells dispose of them.