Abstract:IL-27 Concentration in systemic circulation and tumor micro-circulation samples of sclc and nsclc patients; association with tumor size, histological type and presence of metastases
Abstract:Implantable vaccines are a major breakthrough in the field of vaccination. Unlike traditional vaccines, implantable vaccines consist of a system allowing natural antigen loading and presentation in vitro and further activation of the immune system in vivo, while simultaneously overcoming problems such as virulence and side effects of adjuvants.
Abstract:Background: New strategies for up and downstream integration process are being required for end-to-end continuous process for recombinant protein.
Abstract: The global resurgence of Tuberculosis (TB), supported by HIV pandemic and Mycobacterium tuberculosis multi-drug resistance strains, underscores needs for new diagnostic measures.
Abstract: Recently, we demonstrated that untreated patients with HIV infection display high peripheral blood counts of regulatory B cells expressing the serine protease Granzyme B (GrB) in the absence of perforin (GraB cells)
Abstract: Human Papillomavirus (HPV) is among the large group of epitheliotropic viruses with more than 100 different types. There are about 40 HPV types infecting the human body with the association of oncogenic risk.
Abstract: A 76-year-old right handed woman was admitted to hospital because of progressive headache and confusion over the previous week. Two weeks before the admission the patient had suffered a traumatic brain injury after an accidental fall in the street.
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Oligoclonal IgGs against DNA, Histones, and Myelin Basic Protein in the Cerebrospinal Fluid of Patients with Multiple Sclerosis
Abstract Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is known as a chronic demyelinating pathology of the central nervous system.