The Father of Autoimmunity: A Profile of Noel Rose
The Father of Autoimmunity: A Profile of Noel Rose
By revealing that animals could develop immune responses against their own tissues, the physician-scientist established an entirely new field of science.
The Father of Autoimmunity: A Profile of Noel Rose
The Father of Autoimmunity: A Profile of Noel Rose

By revealing that animals could develop immune responses against their own tissues, the physician-scientist established an entirely new field of science.

By revealing that animals could develop immune responses against their own tissues, the physician-scientist established an entirely new field of science.

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Infographic: How NETs Work
Infographic: How NETs Work
Borko Amulic, Gabriel Sollberger | Oct 1, 2019
While neutrophil extracellular traps help guard the body from infection, they also can contribute to a range of diseases.
Do Commensal Microbes Stoke the Fire of Autoimmunity?
Do Commensal Microbes Stoke the Fire of Autoimmunity?
Amanda B. Keener | Jun 1, 2019
Molecules produced by resident bacteria and their hosts may signal immune cells to attack the body’s own tissues.
CAR T Cells Treat Lupus in Mice
CAR T Cells Treat Lupus in Mice
Abby Olena | Mar 6, 2019
T cells modified to target disease-contributing B cells improved survival in two mouse models of the autoimmune disease.
$230M for Big Disease
$230M for Big Disease
Jef Akst | Feb 5, 2014
The National Institutes of Health is partnering with 10 drug companies to find new treatments for Alzheimer’s disease, diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, and lupus.
Drug Headlines of 2011
Hannah Waters | Dec 20, 2011
A list of this year’s newsworthy successes—and failures—in drug development