A growing team of researchers in the Texas A&M College of Medicine is trying to understand the basic mechanisms of how the immune system works. This knowledge could be used to develop new treatments for diseases such as multiple sclerosis and inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). It also has broad implications for infectious diseases such as tuberculosis.
Researchers found part of the innate immune system may help govern how cells adapt to fasting—and to our modern diets
How a husband-and-wife research team are studying the health effects of these important organelles
Texas A&M researchers work to better understand how this wily bacterium can persist in our lungs…and what we can do to stop it
Is the immune system to blame?