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Aerosol launches immune response in lungs to wipe out lethal infections
An inhaled immune system stimulant protects mice against lethal pneumococcal pneumonia and other deadly bacterial, viral and fungal infections of the lungs, a research team led by scientists at the University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center reports at a major scientific meeting. (2007-12-03)

Disabling gene defuses rheumatoid arthritis in mice
Scientists studying mice have identified a gene that allows immune cells known as neutrophils to protect themselves from the inflammatory chemicals they secrete. The researchers showed that knocking the gene out in mice prevented the development of an arthritis-like disorder by making the neutrophils victims of their own damaging secretions. (2005-05-15)

NIH scientists find a new toxin that may be key to MRSA severity
A research project to identify all the surface proteins of USA300 -- the most common community-associated strain of the methicillin-resistant form of the bacterium Staphylococcus aureus -- has resulted in the identification and isolation of a plentiful new toxin that laboratory studies indicate is a potent killer of human immune cells. Scientists at the NIAID say the toxin could be a key factor in the severity of MRSA infections in otherwise healthy people. (2010-07-16)

They shall not pass!
A research team at Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitaet in Munich has shown that clot formation within small blood vessels helps in the fight against pathogenic microbes. At the molecular level, clot formation turns out to be intimately connected with the innate immune system, a finding that may open up new therapeutic possibilities. (2010-08-03)

Life under the laser
Researchers at the University of Nottingham have developed a unique technology that will allow scientists to look at microscopic activity within the body's chemical messenger system for the very first time, live as it happens. (2008-08-28)

UCSD researchers boost white blood cells' ability to kill bacteria
Scientists at the University of California, San Diego have determined how white blood cells up the ante against invading bacteria, a finding that may lead to new treatments for infections including those caused by invasive-- (2005-07-01)

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