T Cells and Neurons Talk to Each Other
T Cells and Neurons Talk to Each Other
Conversations between the immune and central nervous systems are proving to be essential for the healthy social behavior, learning, and memory.
T Cells and Neurons Talk to Each Other
T Cells and Neurons Talk to Each Other

Conversations between the immune and central nervous systems are proving to be essential for the healthy social behavior, learning, and memory.

Conversations between the immune and central nervous systems are proving to be essential for the healthy social behavior, learning, and memory.

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Shifting Space and Time: How Harnessing Our Most Powerful Cells Changes Immune Medicine
Shifting Space and Time: How Harnessing Our Most Powerful Cells Changes Immune Medicine
The Scientist Creative Services Team | Oct 13, 2020
Industry and academic leaders will describe how small immune cell subsets shape the human immune response.
Investigating the Immune Response Using Advanced Flow Cytometry
Investigating the Immune Response Using Advanced Flow Cytometry
The Scientist Creative Services Team | Oct 8, 2020
Discover how researchers are using flow cytometry to delve into the inner workings of the immune life cycle!
SARS-CoV-2 Antibody Durability
SARS-CoV-2 Antibody Durability
The Scientist Creative Services Team | Oct 2, 2020
Experts will discuss their research on SARS-CoV-2 antibody persistence and immune memory in recovered COVID-19 patients and the implications for protective immunity.
Infographic: How Cytokines Flow into and out of the Brain
Infographic: How Cytokines Flow into and out of the Brain
Ashley Yeager | Oct 1, 2020
Several routes exist for immune cells to communicate with neurons in the central nervous system, though T cells rarely come in direct contact with neural tissue.
Kids’ Severe COVID-19 Reaction Bears Unique Immune Signature
Kids’ Severe COVID-19 Reaction Bears Unique Immune Signature
Shawna Williams | Sep 29, 2020
The rare complication known as multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children (MIS-C) differs from both Kawasaki disease and severe adult cases of COVID-19, a study finds.
Some COVID-19 Patients Lack Key Structures for Antibody Creation
Some COVID-19 Patients Lack Key Structures for Antibody Creation
Katarina Zimmer | Aug 25, 2020
An absence of germinal centers—which arise during infections to produce long-lived antibody-generating cells—might explain rapidly waning antibody levels in the disease.
Does the Common Cold Protect You from COVID-19?
Does the Common Cold Protect You from COVID-19?
Chris Baraniuk | Aug 4, 2020
There are emerging signs that some people might have heightened protection against SARS-CoV-2, perhaps thanks to recent infection by other coronaviruses.
Regulator of Mysterious Gut Antibodies Identified
Regulator of Mysterious Gut Antibodies Identified
Ruth Williams | Jul 31, 2020
A B-cell receptor critical for the production of a subset of intestinal antibodies has been pinpointed, but the function of those antibodies remains unclear.
For Mates to Fuse Bodies, Some Anglerfish Have Lost Immune Genes
For Mates to Fuse Bodies, Some Anglerfish Have Lost Immune Genes
Katarina Zimmer | Jul 30, 2020
In most vertebrates, the absence of adaptive immunity would be catastrophic, but in some deep-sea angler fish species, it enables their “wild” and “wacky” mating habits.