Infectious Disease

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Imagine a world without HIV The innate immune response is the first line of defense against the pathogen during a viral infection. Only later the adaptive immune response develops in…
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NSTG: Jayne, it's so lovely to meet you. Could you tell us about your background and your research interests? Jayne Sutherland: I'm an immunologist by training; for my Ph.D., I studied cancer.…
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The T cell receptor (TCR) is one of the distinguishing molecules of the adaptive immune system. TCRs allow mammalian immune systems to recognize and respond to foreign entities (pathogens, vaccines,…
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In the first part of this two-part blog series, I discussed NanoString nCounter® technology. nCounter allows biologists to quantify gene expression using a series of molecular probes. One application of…
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I really dislike needles. In fact, I’m downright needle-phobic.  When I was notified of my eligibility to receive my COVID-19 vaccine, it was without a doubt the most excited I…
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Tech Note – Use of Panel Standards

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